To better understand and analyse the global cybersecurity landscape
About the Database
The UNIDIR Cyber Policy Portal Database provides easy access to documents that are referred to in the profiles of all 193 UN Member States on the UNIDIR Cyber Policy Portal. Each entity contains information such as dates, summary text, and descriptive categories. You can search across several categories, including State, Type of Document, Intergovernmental Organisation, Topics, Year, Language, and more. You can read all the documents directly in your browser as well as download them, based on your preference.
About UNIDIR Cyber Policy Portal
The UNIDIR Cyber Policy Portal is an interactive map of the global cyber policy landscape. It provides profiles of the cyber policies of all 193 UN Member States, in addition to various intergovernmental organisations and multilateral frameworks. This confidence building tool seeks to support informed participation by relevant stakeholders in all policy processes and promote trust, transparency, and cooperation in cyberspace
The UNIDIR Cyber Policy Portal Database is maintained by the Cyber Stability workstream of UNIDIR’s Security and Technology Programme, which is supported by the Governments of the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and by Microsoft.
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