Position Paper Summary
Committee: GA Topic: Development in the field of information and telecommunication in the context of information security Dear delegates, After reading your position papers, we made a summary as follows. Please read it and may it help you. Country Name Argentina Basic Position Argentina is focusing on cracking down the ill-using of ICTs. Past Actions Reached a ‘Tunisia commitment’ with many countries to make the commitment in advancing the development of information technology and accelerate the national exchange. Proposed Solutions (1) Introduce a law named" Information security law "to promote the protection of the domestic information security. (2) Call upon national institutions and social organizations to corporate to promote the maintenance of information security. (3) Call for regional organization to implement technology exchange. (1) Normalize laws and standards on cyber perpetration and ICT intelligence use and supply. (2) Promote a comprehensive collaboration framework based on critical regional cyber security organizations. (3) Elaborate common terms and definitions and exchange national views on the use of ICTs in conflict for the sake of confidence-building.
Australian government calls for international collaboration to cope with information perpetration and to establish constricting norms on the state use of ICT, relieving international instability and enhancing the freedom of information. Communication and cooperation among
(1) Committed $125.8 million to cyber safety measures. (2) Cyber Security Strategy was ensued; (3) Completed the strategy with CERT Australia and the Cyber Security Operations Centre (CSOP).
(1) ApprovedBill 12.737/12 in 2012,which
(1) Establish a special agency under the United
states are essentialfor achieving a secure digital environment both nationally and internationally.
defines electronic crimes and malicious intentions in regard to any kind of electronic device. (2) Held uConin 2009to share cutting-edge ideas and thoughts about latest developments and techniques in the field. (3) Held the 10th International Information and Telecommunication Technologies Conference. (4) One of the sponsors of the Resolutions and Decisions of the 67th Session of the General Assembly. (5) Further discussed about the issue with other countries on the ‘Rio +20 conference 2012’ sustainable development of the United Nations. (1) Create the leading organs of CIP / CIIP, Department of Public Safety in 2003. (2) Set up the Canadian Cyber Incident Response Centre (CCIRC),which is responsible for monitoring the network threat environment. (3) Relevant regulations of the Criminal Code of Canada came into force in 2007. Attended Information the Society
Nations to spread the knowledge of how to use ICTs. (2) Set up clearly agreed-upon norms of judicature practice in cyberspace. (3) Countries in Latin America to closely cooperate in the protection of networks. (4) Developing countriesneed to enhance the capability of independent innovation and technical modification. (5) Developed and developing countries to enhance cooperationin fighting cyber-terrorism based on the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
Canada addresses the problems by international communities in a coordinated way and specific efforts could be taken to strengthen information security at the global level.
(1) Set an agreement on the international principles for normative behavior in cyberspace. (2) Expand the international legal system’s capacity to combat cybercrime. (3) Have awareness-raising initiatives and capacity-building exercises and assist developing States. (4) Have a more consistent approach to partnering with industry. (1) Undertake much more aggressive information
Columbia will spare no efforts to develop
the international World Summit Geneva security and 2003-Tunis 2005. strengthen cooperation with