The ‘technical’ dimension is concentrated on the need to train and support the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) and law enforcement capabilities of partner countries. In fact, such initiatives had already been ongoing for many years before the term ‘CCB’ was coined.
Thirdly, the existence of ‘infrastructure’ development programmes has long been a feature of international development, albeit without much focus on security concerns. Fourthly, the instrument of overall ‘budgetary support’ can be used for directly funding partner countries’ operational expenses in issues related to cyber security over a prolonged period.
The study concludes with some recommendations for policy-makers
- Published year: 2015
- Full version: http://hdl.handle.net/11250/301986
- Publisher: NUPI
- Page count: 54
- Language: Engelsk
- Booklet: 6