Welcome to the e-Handbook for parliamentarians on cybersecurity & cybercrime
Commonwealth Parliamentary Association UK (CPA UK), in partnership with the Commonwealth Secretariat and the Organization of American States with the support and input of international parliamentarians and experts, have developed this e-Handbook for parliamentarians on cybersecurity and cybercrime.
This e-Handbook combines good practice case studies, advice, ideas and innovation to assist international parliamentarians in legislating, scrutinising and advocating policies relating to cybersecurity and cybercrime.
This e-Handbook has been designed for parliamentarians. We have taken detailed complex concepts and issues and condensed them down into relevant bitsize facts and useful information for busy parliamentarians from different backgrounds and varying levels of cyber-maturity to utilise.
The e-Handbook is a one-stop-shop for countless expert resources for parliamentarians to access.
This is e-Handbook will be an essential tool to ensure parliamentarians can support the implementation, oversight, scrutiny and advocacy of cybersecurity.
Edited by Matthew Salik, Deputy Head of Conferences and Projects, CPA UK
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Cyberspace
Chapter 3: Cybercrime, Cybersecurity & Cyberwarfare
Chapter 4: Key Topics
Chapter 5: Role of a Parliamentarian 1 - Policy
Chapter 5: Role of a Parliamentarian 2 - Legislation
Chapter 5: Role of a Parliamentarian 3 - Oversight
Chapter 5: Role of a Parliamentarian 4 - Representation
Chapter 6: Leadership
Chapter 7: Regional Profiles
Chapter 8: Resources
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Asia-Pacific Regional Workshop Closing Report 2016
From the 25-28 July 2016, CPA UK with the support of the Parliament of Queensland ran a Asia-Pacific Regional Workshop on Cybersecurity & Cybercrime. This workshop was the first of three workshops designed to inform regional parliamentarians of the issues around cybersecurity and cybercrime. Its purpose was also as an opportunity for those parliamentarians to offer their experience and insight to feed into this e-handbook.
Commonwealth Parliamentary Cybersecurity & Cybercrime Project Concept Note
As part of its annual programme of parliamentary strengthening and capacity building programmes, CPA UK, in partnership with the Organisation of American States and the Commonwealth Secretariat have developed the Commonwealth Parliamentary Cybersecurity & Cybercrime Project from which this e-Handbook is the primary output.
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