The cyber arms race is destabilizing to international order. A standing forum involving the private sector and civil society could develop and advocate norms. A “mutual cyber assistance request” protocol would enhance state-to-state cooperation and trust in cyber incident response.
Recommended the creation of a non-governmental forum to develop and promote the adoption of emerging consensus norms of state behavior in cyberspace, initially focused on peacetime.
- Collaborate to make such a forum into a reality.
- Develop and advocate for a model “mutual cyber assistance request” protocol.
Promoting International Cyber Norms: A New Advocacy Forum
Report of the Group of Governmental Experts on Developments in the Field of Information and Telecommunications in the Context of International Security
International Cybersecurity Norms: Reducing conflict in an Internet-dependent world
A Measure of Restraint in Cyberspace: Reducing Risk to Civilian Nuclear Assets
Working Towards Rules for Governing Cyber Conflict: Rendering the Geneva and Hague Conventions in Cyberspace