Implementing norms and rules for responsible state behaviour in cyberspace and enhancing cooperation to counter cybercrime
ICC Cybersecurity Issue Brief #2
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Given the destructive consequences of cyberattacks on a global scale, policy agendas are dominated by conversations around safety and security in cyberspace, whether considering the development of new, and the implementation of existing cyber norms and rules, or establishing effective solutions to curb cybercrime. Such dialogues encourage a cohesive global approach to curbing cyberthreats and enhancing global security and stability.
Business considers it imperative for the international community to come together to ensure such conversations inspire concrete action to halt the growing trend of cyberthreats on businesses, communities and governments worldwide.
The time has come to move forward with the implementation of many years of diplomatic discussions and negotiations in international and regional fora. This Issue Brief offers concrete recommendations on how to do so, in two major areas: