International and Regional Cyber Security Initiatives. Michele G. Markoff Coordinator International Critical Infrastructure Protection U.S. Department of State. THE CHALLENGE. Potential consequences of attacks on national and global critical information infrastructures not well understood
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Michele G. Markoff
International Critical Infrastructure Protection
U.S. Department of State
Shape the international environment to reduce the risk to critical US and global information infrastructures on which the US and its allies depend.
Pursue cross-sector bilateral and multilateral cooperation that has tangible benefits to US national security.
All nations need to take systematic domestic and international steps to enhance the security of their networked critical information infrastructures
1997 - Cyber Crime principles
2003 - CIP principles
“Combating the Criminal Misuse of Information Technology”
“Creation of a Global Culture of Cybersecurity”
- Details how all levels of civil society should implement security in a manner appropriate to their roles
- US has introduced language on cyber security, leverages OECD Guidelines and new G-8 principles on cybersecurity
- Many unhelpful proposals being submitted
- Working to ensure final declaration provides a general guide for the international community – oppose new conventions other than COE
Coordinator for International Critical Infrastructure Protection
US Department of State