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Material from a workshop on cyber/ICT security organised by the Project Coordinator in Uzbekistan in co-operation with the OSCE Transnational Threats Department


Summary

Presentations included:

Cyber/ICT security in the context of regional and international security/Cyber Diplomacy

  • Overview of global, regional and bilateral processes to enhance international cyber security (Ambassador (ret.) Daniel STAUFFACHER, President, ICT4Peace Foundation, Switzerland)
  • Efforts on how international law is applicable in cyberspace (Mr. Peter PEDAK, Advisor, International Law Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Estonia)
  • Building confidence between States (Mr. Karsten GEIER, Head, Cyber Policy Coordination Staff, Federal Foreign Office, Germany)

Use of the Internet for Terrorist Purposes

  • UK national law enforcement perspective on challenges, best practices and lessons learned in intelligence gathering, investigations and international co-operation in the field of countering the use of the Internet for terrorist purposes (Mr. Keith VERRALLS, Detective Inspector, Counter Terrorism Command, New Scotland Yard, United Kingdom)
  • Effective counter-narrative strategies to counter extremism online (Mr. James KEARNEY, Senior Programme Manager, Security and Counter-Extremism, Institute for Strategic Dialogue, United Kingdom)

Cybercrime

  • National perspective on challenges, best practices and lessons learnt in cybercrime investigations (Mr. Manfred PINNEGGER, Austrian Cybercrime Competence Centre)
  • The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers role in the fight against cybercrime (Mr. Patrick JONES, Senior Director, Global Stakeholder Engagement, ICANN)
  • The role of the INHOPE network in the fight against child sexual abuse material (Ms. Samantha WOOLFE, Global Partnerships and Development Manager, INHOPE)


Training materials and curricula

Cyber \ ICT security

Cybercrime, cyber/ICT security


Unknown

Investigators,
Management

Advanced


OSCE

Uzbekistan

19 May 2016

OSCE\OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Uzbekistan

12B Afrosiyob Street, 4th floor, Mirobod district
100015 Tashkent
Uzbekistan
Office: +998 71 140 04 69/70/71/72
Fax: +998 71 140 04 68


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Overview of processes to enhance international Cyber Security [English] (2.50 Mb) Overview of processes to enhance international Cyber Security [English] (Format: PDF)
How International Law is Applicable in Cyberspace [English] (194.97 Kb) How International Law is Applicable in Cyberspace [English] (Format: PDF)
Building Confidence between States [English] (289.21 Kb) Building Confidence between States [English] (Format: PDF)
UK national law enforcement perspective on countering Internet use for terrorist purposes [English] (7.84 Mb) UK national law enforcement perspective on countering Internet use for terrorist purposes [English] (Format: PDF)
Effective counter-narrative strategies to counter extremism online [English] (1.41 Mb) Effective counter-narrative strategies to counter extremism online [English] (Format: PDF)
National perspective on challenges, best practices and lessons learnt in cybercrime investigations [English] (1.51 Mb) National perspective on challenges, best practices and lessons learnt in cybercrime investigations [English] (Format: PDF)
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers role in the fight against cybercrime [English] (663.10 Kb) The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers role in the fight against cybercrime [English] (Format: PDF)
The role of the INHOPE network in the fight against child sexual abuse material [English] (2.40 Mb) The role of the INHOPE network in the fight against child sexual abuse material [English] (Format: PDF)
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From the presentation "Effective counter-narrative strategies to counter extremism online"

Documents

Overview of processes to enhance international Cyber Security [English] (2.50 Mb) Overview of processes to enhance international Cyber Security [English] (Format: PDF)
How International Law is Applicable in Cyberspace [English] (194.97 Kb) How International Law is Applicable in Cyberspace [English] (Format: PDF)
Building Confidence between States [English] (289.21 Kb) Building Confidence between States [English] (Format: PDF)
UK national law enforcement perspective on countering Internet use for terrorist purposes [English] (7.84 Mb) UK national law enforcement perspective on countering Internet use for terrorist purposes [English] (Format: PDF)
Effective counter-narrative strategies to counter extremism online [English] (1.41 Mb) Effective counter-narrative strategies to counter extremism online [English] (Format: PDF)
National perspective on challenges, best practices and lessons learnt in cybercrime investigations [English] (1.51 Mb) National perspective on challenges, best practices and lessons learnt in cybercrime investigations [English] (Format: PDF)
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers role in the fight against cybercrime [English] (663.10 Kb) The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers role in the fight against cybercrime [English] (Format: PDF)
The role of the INHOPE network in the fight against child sexual abuse material [English] (2.40 Mb) The role of the INHOPE network in the fight against child sexual abuse material [English] (Format: PDF)
Please Note: in order to request access to the attached documents you need to sign in or register.