Best Practice Forums (BPF)

IGF 2018 - Best Practice Forum on Cybersecurity - Draft Output (pre IGF)

 

INTRODUCTION and INSTRUCTIONS

The Best Practice Forum on Cybersecurity aims to be  bottom-up, open and inclusive and therefore invites all interested to comment and contribute on its draft outputs.

The BPF output consists of a Background document (part I) and a Summary report of public contributions (part II)

General comments as well as comments on specific parts of the report are welcome. In the later case, please  indicate clearly what section, page or paragraph of the text your comment relates to.

Comments can be submitted by clicking on 'Add new comment' below and will be shown in the column on the right. 

Received public feedback will be taken into account in the final version of the BPF output, which will be published shortly after the IGF meeting.

 

 

Part I : Background paper to the IGF BPF on Cybersecurity

 

Cybersecurity culture, norms and values

  • Introduction to the BPF on Cybersecurity
  • Culture, norms and values
  • Background on norms development
  • The case for cyber norms
  • Norms development processes
  • State of existing  norms development and implementation
  • Digital security divide

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Part II: Summary report of the public contributions to the IGF BPF on Cybersecurity

  • Defining a culture of cybersecurity
  • Typical values and norms of importance to the contributors
  • Organisations promoting specific cybersecurity norms
  • Norms that have been effective at improving security
  • Norms that have failed or had adverse effects
  • Methods of implementing cybersecurity norms
  • A Digital Security Divide

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IGF 2018 - Best Practice Forum on IoT, Big Data, AI - Draft Output (pre IGF)

INTRODUCTION and INSTRUCTIONS

The Best Practice Forum on Internet of Thing, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence aims to be  bottom-up, open and inclusive and therefore invites all interested to comment and contribute on its draft output.

General comments as well as comments on specific parts of the report are welcome. In the later case, please  indicate clearly what section, page or paragraph of the text your comment relates toPost a comment.

Comments can be submitted by clicking on 'Add new comment' below and will be shown in the column on the right. 

Received public feedback will be taken into account in the final version of the BPF output, which will be published shortly after the IGF meeting.

 

BPF on IoT, Big Data, AI - draft output (download report / post a comment )

I. Introduction

  1. The IGF BPF on IoT, Big Data, AI
  2. Framing the work of the BPF IoT, Big Data, AI
  3. Objectives of the BPF output
  4. Methodology and acknowledgementII

II. An Introduction to IoT, Big Data, AI

  1. Introduction
  2. Definitions
    1. Internet of Things
    2. Big Data
    3. Artificial Intelligence
    4. How IoT, Big Data, and AI come together
    5. Proposed Best Practices (regardiing definitions)

III. The key role of Internet Governance

  1. Internet Governance Challenges
  2. Proposed Best Practices (regarding uses of IoT, Big Data, and AI)
  3. Role of Internet Governance with regard to IoT, Big Data and AI

IV. Stakeholder cooperation - Best practice examples and experiences in addressing Internet Governance challenges of IoT, Big Data and AI

V. Next steps ?

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IGF 2018 - Best Practice Forum on Local Content - Draft Output (pre IGF)

INTRODUCTION and INSTRUCTIONS

The Best Practice Froum on Local Content aims to be  bottom-up, open and inclusive and therefore invites all interested to comment and contribute on its draft output.

General comments as well as comments on specific parts of the report are welcome. In the later case, please  indicate clearly what section, page or paragraph of the text your comment relates toPost a comment. 

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Received public feedback will be taken into account in the final version of the BPF output, which will be published shortly after the IGF meeting.

 

Draft output of the BPF on Local Content (download report / post a comment)

  1. Introduction

    1. Framing the BPF on Local Content
    2. Local Content
    3. Focus of the 2018 BPF on Local Content
    4. Methodology and acknowledgements
  2. Developing a Local Content industry / value chain

    1. Towards a sustainable local content value chain
    2. "New models" and initiatives 
    3. Creating and enabling environment, creating opportunities
  3. Policy initiatives to promote and support the local creation of online content

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IGF 2018 - Best Practice Forum Gender and Access - Draft Output (pre-IGF)

INTRODUCTION and INSTRUCTIONS

Best Practice Forum  Gender and Access has functioned in a bottom-up, multi-stakeholder, and community-driven manner to gather stories, experiences, and lessons for producing this pre-IGF Output Document draft. Drawing on the same process, BPF Gender invites all interested to comment and contribute in its draft outputs.

General comments as well as comments on specific parts of the report are welcome. In the later case, please  indicate clearly what section, page or paragraph of the text your comment relates to.

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Received public feedback will be taken into account in the final version of the BPF Gender output, which will be published shortly after the IGF meeting.

Thank you for your valuable comments!

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CONTENTS

  • Executive Summary  
  • Interpretation Notes    
  • Acronyms and Abbreviations    
  • Part A: Findings    
    • 1. Supplementary Models of Connectivity for Women and Gender Non-Binary Persons    
      • 1.1 Barriers to Internet Access for Women and Gender Non-Binary Persons    
      • 1.2 Relevance of Supplementary Models of Connectivity to Internet Access for Women and Gender Non-Binary Persons    
        • 1.2.1 Availability    
        • 1.2.2 Affordability    
        • 1.2.3 Culture and norms    
        • 1.2.4 Availability of relevant content    
        • 1.2.5 Women's participation in decision-making roles pertaining to the Internet    
      • 1.3 Why do we need a gender focus for supplementary models of connectivity?    
    • 2. Community Networks    
      • 2.1 What are Community Networks?    
      • 2.2 Mapping Community Network Initiatives for Women and Gender Non-Binary Persons and their Impact    
    • 3. TV White Spaces    
      • 3.1 What is TV White Spaces (TVWS)?    
      • 3.2  Mapping TV White Spaces Initiatives for Women and Gender Non-Binary Persons and their Impact    
    • 4. Other Supplementary Models of Connectivity    
    • 5. Recommendations for incorporating gender perspectives on Supplementary Models of Connectivity    
  • Part B: Mandate and Methodology    
    • 1. Mandate    
      • 1.1 The IGF    
      • 1.2 Defining the BPF’s mandate    
    • 2. Methodology    
      • 2.1 Working Approach    
      • 2.2 Survey    
        • 2.2.1 Survey Design    
        • 2.2.2 Survey Analysis    
        • 2.2.3 Diversity of Respondents   
      • 2.3. Virtual Meetings   
      • 2.4 Mobile Messaging   
      • 2.5 Mailing List   
      • 2.6 Email   
      • 2.7 Main Session at IGF   
    • 3. Limitations   
  • Part C: Appendices   
    • APPENDIX 1: CONTRIBUTORS    
    • APPENDIX 2: BPF SURVEY    
    • APPENDIX 3: BPF SESSION PRE-REPORT AT IGF 2018    
    • APPENDIX 4: BPF SESSION REPORT AT IGF 2018    

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