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Session 1.2 Professor Sadie Creese
Session 1.2 Professor Sadie Creese
Session 1.2 Professor Sadie Creese
Session 1.2 Professor Sadie Creese
Session 1.2 Professor Sadie Creese
Session 1.2 Professor Sadie Creese
Session 1.2 Professor Sadie Creese
Session 1.2 Professor Sadie Creese
Session 1.2 Professor Sadie Creese
Session 1.2 Professor Sadie Creese
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Session 1.2 Professor Sadie Creese

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Presentation from one of the panel sessions that took part at Cybersecurity forum in London, this year at the BT Centre.

Presentation from one of the panel sessions that took part at Cybersecurity forum in London, this year at the BT Centre.

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  • 1. The breadth of the cybersecurity capacity building challenge Commonwealth Cybersecurity Forum 2014 Professor Sadie Creese sadie.creese@cybersecurity.ox.ac.uk
  • 2. progress, prosperity and stability
  • 3. complex 1. devising national cyber policy and cyber defence 2. encouraging responsible cyber culture within society 3. building cyber skills into the workforce and leadership 4. creating effective legal and regulatory frameworks 5. controlling risks through technology and processes interrelated, requiring strategy and policy across government co-dependent upon stakeholders custodians and delivery from civil society, governments, industry, international community
  • 4. Transferring Knowledge to Stakeholders Assisting in Capacity Building Projects Collecting & Synthesizing Data Testing & Validating Ideas International Community National Policy Owners Civil Society Industry Best Practice Case Studies Expert Community Capacity Maturity Metrics and Model Gap Analysis and Policy Options Feeding back Capacity Building Expertise and Experiences Inputting Cyber Security Science and Humanities Knowledge Outputting
  • 5. immediate 2014 outputs • capacity gap analysis • first draft model for use in strategy and policy planning • portal to help connect people with capacity debates, expertise and opportunity • recommendations for priority activities in 2014 – focused on increasing scale, pace and quality of cybersecurity capacity
  • 6. working with us… • contribute to the activity of our working groups – help ensure inclusivity • provide us with case studies • allow us to assist you in capacity building and learn directly from your experiences • connect us to capacity-builders in your region

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