Posted on 26 Aug 2022
No one actor has a total view of the cybercrime eco-system but through partnership governments, civil society and the private sector can work together to build a clearer picture of the threat, respond more quickly to those threats, and prevent harm to our citizens.
As the primary creators and innovators of the technology and platforms which are central to people’s lives, the private sector has an important role to play in preventing, detecting and tackling cybercrime. NGOs play their own role in detection and prevention, as well as victim services, and governments lead the way in regulatory, judicial and law enforcement responses.
This event will explore the role of public-private partnerships, generate a discussion among delegates to the AHC, and offer recommendations for how this treaty process can reinforce positive engagements between these three pillars of society.