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Title: Government Cybersecurity Policies


1
  • Government Cybersecurity Policies
  • NGUYEN THANH HAI
  • Deputy Director General
  • thanhhai_at_mic.gov.vn

2
Outline
  • 1. Internet Growth
  • 2. Internet Security Situation
  • 3. Non-regulation Roles of Government
  • 4. Criminal Law
  • 5. Regulation and Legislation
  • 6. Organization and Workforce
  • 7. International Cooperation

3
Internet Growth
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Internet Growth
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Internet Growth
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Internet Security Situation
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Internet Security Situation
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Internet Security Situation
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Internet Security Situation
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Non-regulation Roles of Government
  • There are a number of ways in which government
    can directly influence the security of public and
    privately owned and operated computer systems
  • Research The government is in conductinh and
    funding research on computer security.
  • Standard The government is also an important
    participant in standards setting processes

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Non-regulation Roles of Government
  • 3. Awareness, and Capacity Building another
    major non-regulatory role of the government is to
    educate the public and work with the private
    sector to promote awareness of vulnerabilities
    and responses.
  • 4. Information Sharing another important
    government role is to promote information sharing
    about computer security vulnerabilities, warnings
    of new viruses and attacks and recommendations on
    solutions, patches and best practices.

12
Criminal Law
  • Another way in which the government protects
    public and private systems is through the
    criminal law. This as part of the legal framework
    promoting trust and confidence in cyberspace.
  • The framework of applicable criminal law
    comprises both substantive as well as procedural
    law.

13
Regulation and Legislation
  • The core principles of the security rule required
    covered entities to
  • Ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and
    availability of all electronic protected health
    information the covered entity creates, receives,
    maintains, or transmits.
  • Protect against any reasonable anticipated
    threats or hazards to the security or integrity
    of such information.

14
Regulation and Legislation
  • 3. Protected against any reasonable anticipated
    users or disclosures of such information that are
    not required under the security rule.
  • 4. Esure compliance with the security rule by its
    workforce.
  • And the rule, however, allows flexibility

15
Organization and Workforce
  • Cyberspace security poses organizational and
    workforce challenges within government.
  • For purposes of defining responsibilities within
    government, is computer security an economic,
    national security, or law enforcement problem?

16
Organization and Workforce
  • Canada Ministry National defence.
  • United Kingdom The Home Office.
  • Australia Ministry for Communications,
    Information Technology and the Arts.
  • United States Department of Homeland Security.
  • Japan Cabinet Office.

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Organization and Workforce
  • But more important than the question of which
    agency or agencies should be given responsibility
    for cyberspace security is the point that some
    national leadership should be designated to
    ensure that cyberspace security will receive
    government-wide attention.

18
Organization and Workforce
  • Another organizational challenge for government
    is the problem of human resources and build
    workforce against cyberterrorist.
  • We have to build a unique organizational model
    for cyberspace security.

19
International Cooperation
  • The cyberspace is linked to that of the rest of
    the world. Attacks cross borders at light speed,
    so that we have to strengthen international
    cooperation between countries
  • 1. Work through International Organizations and
    with industry to facilitate and to promote a
    global Culture of security

20
International Cooperation
  • 2. Develop secure networks Vietnam will engage
    in cooperative efforts to solve technical,
    scientific, and policy related problems to ensure
    the integrity of information networks.
  • 3. Promote ASEAN cyberspace security.
  • 4. Foster the establishment of National and
    International Watch and Warning netwoks

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International Cooperation
  • To detect and prevent cyber attacks as they
    emerge.
  • 5. Consider to accede to the Council of Europe
    Convention on Cybercrime, or to ensure that its
    laws and procedures are at least as comprehensive.

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  • THANK YOU
  • FOR YOUR ATTENTION
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