National Cybercrime Strategy Guidebook

This Guidebook provides INTERPOL member countries with a valuable resource for developing or updating their national Cybercrime Strategy. It helps gain insight into their current response to cybercrime and provides a means to design a more robust strategy and programme to overcome challenges that are hindering a more effective cybercrime response.

1. Introduction

2. Cybercrime and Cybersecurity
 2.1 The challenge of defining cybercrime
 2.2 Cyber-dependent crime vs cyber-enabled crime
 2.3 Cybersecurity vs cybercrime

3. Factors that enable Cybercrime
 3.1 Connectivity: more individuals online with low levels of digital security awareness
 3.2 Mobility: businesses online with staff working remotely on less secure networks
 3.3 Interconnectivity: cities and homes online, resulting in new forms of vulnerabilities
 3.4 Sophistication: threat actors with evolving skills and tactics
 3.5 Under-reporting: reluctance to report cybercrime offences
 3.6 Legislation and jurisdiction: lack of criminalisation of cybercrime and crossjurisdictional complexity

4. Methodology: Developing a Cybercrime Strategy
 4.1 Setting the stage for the strategy
 4.2 Strategy formulation
 4.3 Strategy adoption
 4.4 Strategy implementation
 4.5 Strategy monitoring and evaluation
 4.6 Strategy adjustments and innovation

5. Cybercrime Strategy Template
 5.1 Introduction
 5.2 Current cybercrime landscape
 5.3 Vision
 5.4 Focus Areas, Strategic Objectives and Action Items

p/o Virginie Gastine Menou

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Publié le 29 septembre 2021 par

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This Guidebook provides INTERPOL member countries with a valuable resource for developing or updating their national Cybercrime Strategy. It helps gain insight into their current response to cybercrime and provides a means to design a more robust strategy and programme to overcome challenges that are hindering a more effective cybercrime response.

1. Introduction

2. Cybercrime and Cybersecurity
 2.1 The challenge of defining cybercrime
 2.2 Cyber-dependent crime vs cyber-enabled crime
 2.3 Cybersecurity vs cybercrime

3. Factors that enable Cybercrime
 3.1 Connectivity: more individuals online with low levels of digital security awareness
 3.2 Mobility: businesses online with staff working remotely on less secure networks
 3.3 Interconnectivity: cities and homes online, resulting in new forms of vulnerabilities
 3.4 Sophistication: threat actors with evolving skills and tactics
 3.5 Under-reporting: reluctance to report cybercrime offences
 3.6 Legislation and jurisdiction: lack of criminalisation of cybercrime and crossjurisdictional complexity

4. Methodology: Developing a Cybercrime Strategy
 4.1 Setting the stage for the strategy
 4.2 Strategy formulation
 4.3 Strategy adoption
 4.4 Strategy implementation
 4.5 Strategy monitoring and evaluation
 4.6 Strategy adjustments and innovation

5. Cybercrime Strategy Template
 5.1 Introduction
 5.2 Current cybercrime landscape
 5.3 Vision
 5.4 Focus Areas, Strategic Objectives and Action Items

p/o Virginie Gastine Menou

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