Resolution on “Overall approach by the OSCE to promote cybersecurity”

Resolution on “Overall approach by the OSCE to promote cybersecurity”

The 56 participating nations of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, including the United States, will vote this week in Serbia on a resolution to improve cybersecurity cooperation.
The decree, if approved, would be included in an annual doctrine - the Belgrade Declaration - that represents the collective will of the regional organization that coordinates with the United Nations.
The proposal, which OSCE officials say is co-sponsored by representatives from 22 countries, calls for participants to exchange information about the way they intend to deploy cyber technology during military conflicts. It also requests debates on international legal standards and codes of conduct for operating in cyberspace.
The text of the proposal is available here:
http://www.oscepa.org/images/stories/documents/activities/1.Annual%20Session/2011_Belgrade/Supplementary_Items/04_Overall_Approach_by_the_OSCE_to_Promote_Cybersecurity_Belgium_ENGLISH.pdf

martedì 5 luglio 2011
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