GFCE White Paper: Task Force on Cyber Security Awareness

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Malicious behaviour online – whether theft of personal property, compromise of sensitive information, cyber bulling, harassment, or real-world crime enabled by online activity – is increasingly costly and notoriously difficult to stop. Wide-scale protection against such activities relies, in part, on cultivating awareness of cybersecurity basics among entire populations, and the development pathways to educate future cyber security experts. In line with this, one of the prioritised themes of the Global Forum on Cyber Expertise (GFCE’s) Delhi Communiqué is the development of cyber security culture and skills.