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World Bank Project

This project was funded by the World Bank.

Protecting Critical Information Infrastructure:
Developing Cybersecurity Policy
, Journal of Information Technology for Development

Cyber Security, a World Bank paper

The Center for Digital Strategies has completed a project to create a resource for countries that wish to begin or enhance the level of information security at all levels: national, organizational, and individual. The resource, aimed at Ministers of Communications, developed comprehensive information on security as arising from actions taken by many actors at all levels, detailing the technical, organizational and policy challenges and offering processes to meet these challenges. The completed report should be of interest to countries of all sizes, ranging from countries with an emerging information infrastructure to the most technically sophisticated countries.

Click here for the project overview article (Protecting critical information infrastructure: Developing cybersecurity policy) published in the Journal of Information Technology for Development.

Click here for the final report.

Return to the Center's Information Security Project
MBA Research Fellow Scott Dynes on "What Drives Information Security Investment?" Institute for Security Technology Studies
"IT Security in the Extended Enterprise," M. Eric Johnson, Financial Times
"Security Summit," Network World
"Information Security and Privacy: At Odds with Speed and Collaboration?" - a Thought Leadership Summit on Digital Strategies
"Security and Privacy: Business Dilemma or Opportunity?" - a Tuck alumni panel hosted by the Center for Digital Strategies