The National Cybersecurity Strategies (NCS) of countries in the Asia and Pacific region were reviewed to investigate the extent to which they foreground and mainstream whole-of-society cyber resilience in the strategies.
The review investigated:
Fourteen countries were selected for the review, representing a wide variety in terms of commitment to cybersecurity (i.e., Global Cybersecurity Index), cybersecurity maturity (i.e., based on Australian Strategic Policy Institute index), and overall level of development (i.e., Human Development Index).
Overall, we found that:
The findings from the review are detailed in the outputs below.
RELEVANT OUTPUTS / FEATURES
Christine, D. (2021). Improving cybersecurity means understanding how cyberattacks affect both governments and civilians, The Conversation, 20 July 2021
Thinyane, M. & Christine, D. (2020), Co-production of Cyber Resilience in Asia and the Pacific: Abridged Preliminary Report, United Nations University Institute in Macau.
Christine, D. & Thinyane, M. (2020), Comparative Analysis of Cyber Resilience Strategies in Asia-Pacific Countries, The 5th IEEE Cyber Science and Technology Conference (CyberSciTech2020)
Christine, D. & Thinyane, M. (2020), Cyber Resilience in Asia Pacific – A Review of National Cybersecurity Strategies, United Nations University Institute in Macau.
Thinyane, M & Christine, D (2020). Invited Panelist “Smart Citizen Cyber Resilience in Asia and Pacific”, Building Digital Resilience for COVID-19 Response and Recovery webinar series by IEEE Standards Association and eWorldwide Group, 14th – 16th April 2020