Partnership against Cybercrime

The Challenge

Cybercrime presents a major risk to global prosperity in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. It impacts everyone, from individuals and companies to critical infrastructure and governments. In addition to direct damages, cybercrime is an enormous barrier to digital trust, greatly undermining the benefits of cyberspace, it increases inequality, and hindering international cyber stability efforts.

To systematically address this threat, it is imperative to raise the cost of conducting cybercrime and increase the risks for cybercriminals. This can only be achieved through effective public-private cooperation, with companies working side by side with law enforcement.

Various significant collaborative initiatives exist, but they remain fragmented and insufficient for current needs. A paradigm shift in the way we collectively address this challenge is thus required.

The Objective

This initiative aims to drive momentum for a public-private Partnership to combat cybercrime. The Partnership brings together a dedicated community including leading law enforcement agencies, international organizations, cybersecurity companies, service and platform providers, global corporations, and leading not-for-profit alliances.

Following the 2020-2021 strategic dialogues, the Partnership is now striving to implement key recommendations by promoting joint research and operations processes to support and facilitate operational public-private cooperation to disrupt cybercrime.

Outcome and Deliverables for 2022

1.    Advance the Cybercrime Atlas initiative:

·      Coordinate a joint effort to map the cybercrime landscape    

·      Develop the Cybercrime Atlas Platform

2.    Facilitate action-oriented groups to leverage disruption opportunities. 

3.     Structure and formalize the Partnership research and operational efforts.

4.     Continue to explore successful approaches for disrupting cybercrime.

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