A pragmatic approach to tackling cybercrime
The framework is comprised of five elements, all of which are critical to combat cybercrime and bolster cybersecurity capabilities. To achieve optimal output actors should consider all elements and their interdependencies.
Strategy – The overarching direction and target objectives set for cybersecurity and cybercrime.
Legislation – The legal framework governing the behaviour of people in cyberspace.
Engagement – Activities aimed at increasing reach and awareness for cybersecurity and cybercrime related issues.
Enforcement – Ensuring compliance with laws, regulation, and standards typically performed by LEAs.
Assessment – The data collected on cybersecurity and cybercrime used to inform future decision making.
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