The BPF Cybersecurity published a paper "Mythbusting: cybercrime versus cybersecurity" and invites the community to review and provide feedback by 15 October. The goal of the paper is to help stakeholders understand the key policy differences between cybersecurity and cybercrime such that their advocacy strategies can better align with a human rights centric approach to internet governance. Today, cybersecurity and cybercrime policy practitioners are often asked to “stretch” between both domains. This poses risks in terms of approaches that may not cleanly translate from one to the other. Taking into account the five myths explored in the paper will help understand where a solution may be the right fit for one, but not the other.
Read the Paper: https://www.intgovforum.org/en/filedepot_download/56/22253
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