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Perspectives de l'alimentation | SMIAR - Système mondial d’information et d’alerte rapide sur l'alimentation et l’agriculture | Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español SMIAR - Système mondial d’information et d’alerte rapide sur l'alimentation et l’agriculture Informations générales Rapports Analyse par pays Données et outils Vous abonner Perspectives de récolte et situation alimentaire Bilans de l'offre et de la demande de céréales pour les pays d'Afrique sub-saharienne Perspectives de l'alimentation FPMA Bulletin Mises à jour du SMIAR Alertes spéciales Rapports spéciaux Profils de marché Observation de la terre Collection El Niño/La Niña Rapports rédigés par SMIAR Interrompu Perspectives de l’alimentation Le rapport Perspectives de l’alimentation est une publication semestrielle (mai/juin et novembre/décembre) qui se penche sur les faits nouveaux intervenus sur les marchés mondiaux des produits destinés à la consommation humaine et animale. (...) La version complète des Perspectives de l' alimentation n’existe qu’en anglais, mais des résumés sont disponibles en arabe, chinois, français, espagnol et russe. (...) Document de synthèse Rapport complet EN FR ES AR ZH RU Perspectives de l'alimentation (Faits saillents), 06 Perspectives de l'alimentation (Faits saillents), 11 Perspectives de l'alimentation (Faits saillents), 06 Perspectives de l'alimentation (Faits saillents), 11 Perspectives de l'alimentation (Faits saillents), 06 Perspectives de l'alimentation (Faits saillents), 11 Perspectives de l'alimentation (Faits saillents), 05 Perspectives de l'alimentation (Faits saillents), 11 Perspectives de l'alimentation (Faits saillents), 07 Perspectives de l'alimentation (Faits saillents), 11 Perspectives de l'alimentation (Faits saillents), 06 Perspectives de l'alimentation (Faits saillents), 10 Perspectives de l'alimentation (Faits saillents), 06 Perspectives de l'alimentation (Faits saillents), 10 Perspectives de l'alimentation (Faits saillents), 05 Perspectives de l'alimentation (Faits saillents), 10 Perspectives de l'alimentation (Faits saillents), 05 Perspectives de l'alimentation (Faits saillents), 11 Perspectives de l'alimentation (Faits saillents), 05 Perspectives de l'alimentation (Faits saillents), 11   Perspectives de l'alimentation (Faits saillents), 05 Perspectives de l'alimentation , 11   Perspectives de l'alimentation , 06 Perspectives de l'alimentation , 11 Perspectives de l'alimentation , 06 Perspectives de l'alimentation , 12 Perspectives de l'alimentation , 06 Perspectives de l'alimentation , 11 Perspectives de l'alimentation , 06 Perspectives de l'alimentation , 11 Perspectives de l'alimentation , 06 Perspectives de l'alimentation 2 , 12 Perspectives de l'alimentation 1 , 06 Perspectives de l'alimentation 4 , 12 Perspectives de l'alimentation 3 , 09 Perspectives de l'alimentation 2 , 06 Perspectives de l'alimentation 1 , 04 Perspectives de l'alimentation 4 , 12 Perspectives de l'alimentation 3 , 09 Perspectives de l'alimentation 2 , 06 Perspectives de l'alimentation 1 , 04 Perspectives de l'alimentation 5 , 11 Perspectives de l'alimentation 4 , 09 Perspectives de l'alimentation 3, 06 Perspectives de l'alimentation 2 , 04 Perspectives de l'alimentation 1 , 02 Perspectives de l'alimentation 5 , 12   Perspectives de l'alimentation 4 , 10   Perspectives de l'alimentation 3 , 07   Perspectives de l'alimentation 2 , 05   Perspectives de l'alimentation 1 , 02   Perspectives de l'alimentation 5 , 12   Perspectives de l'alimentation 4 , 10   Perspectives de l'alimentation 3 , 06   Perspectives de l'alimentation 2 , 04   Perspectives de l'alimentation 1 , 02   Perspectives de l'alimentation 5 , 11   Perspectives de l'alimentation 4 , 09   Perspectives de l'alimentation 3 , 06   Perspectives de l'alimentation 2 , 04   Perspectives de l'alimentation 1 , 02   Perspectives de l'alimentation 5 , 11   Perspectives de l'alimentation 4 , 09   Perspectives de l'alimentation 3 , 06   Perspectives de l'alimentation 2 , 04   Perspectives de l'alimentation 1 , 02   Perspectives de l'alimentation 5 , 11   Perspectives de l'alimentation 4 , 09   Perspectives de l'alimentation 3 , 06   Perspectives de l'alimentation 2 , 04   Perspectives de l'alimentation 1 , 02   Perspectives de l'alimentation 10-11-12 , 12   Perspectives de l'alimentation 07-08-09 , 09   Perspectives de l'alimentation 05-06 , 06   Perspectives de l'alimentation 03-04 , 04   Perspectives de l'alimentation 01-02 , 02   Perspectives de l'alimentation 10 , 11   Perspectives de l'alimentation 07-08-09 , 09   Perspectives de l'alimentation 05-06 , 06   Perspectives de l'alimentation 03-04 , 04   Perspectives de l'alimentation 01-02 , 02   Perspectives de l'alimentation 10, 10   Contactez-nous Termes et conditions Protection et confidentialité des données Alerte aux messages frauduleux Signaler un cas de mauvaise conduite Emplois Achats Organes directeurs Bureau de l'Inspecteur général Évaluation Bureau juridique Bureau de la déontologie Départements et Bureaux de la FAO Bureau régional pour l'Afrique Bureau régional pour l'Asie et le Pacifique Bureau régional pour l'Europe et l'Asie centrale Bureau régional pour l'Amérique latine et les Caraïbes Bureau régional pour le Proche-Orient et l'Afrique du Nord Bureaux sous-régionaux X Suivez-nous                                             Téléchargez notre App © FAO, 2022
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Perspectives de récolte et situation alimentaire | SMIAR - Système mondial d’information et d’alerte rapide sur l'alimentation et l’agriculture | Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español SMIAR - Système mondial d’information et d’alerte rapide sur l'alimentation et l’agriculture Informations générales Rapports Analyse par pays Données et outils Vous abonner Perspectives de récolte et situation alimentaire Bilans de l'offre et de la demande de céréales pour les pays d'Afrique sub-saharienne Perspectives de l'alimentation FPMA Bulletin Mises à jour du SMIAR Alertes spéciales Rapports spéciaux Profils de marché Observation de la terre Collection El Niño/La Niña Rapports rédigés par SMIAR Interrompu Perspectives de récolte et situation alimentaire Ce rapport est publié quatre fois par an et fournit une analyse prospective de la situation alimentaire par région géographique. (...) Perspectives de récolte et situation alimentaire est complété par les Bilans de l'offre et de la demande de céréales pour les pays d'Afrique sub-saharienne .  (...) Vous pouvez également recevoir ces rapports par courrier électronique >>> Dates de publication pour 2022 : 4 mars, 8 juillet, 30 septembre, 2 décembre             EN FR ES ZH Perspectives de récolte et situation alimentaire - No.3, 09   Perspectives de récolte et situation alimentaire - No.2, 07   Perspectives de récolte et situation alimentaire - No.1 , 03   Perspectives de récolte et situation alimentaire - No.4 , 12   Perspectives de récolte et situation alimentaire - No.3 , 09   Perspectives de récolte et situation alimentaire - No.2 , 07   Perspectives de récolte et situation alimentaire - No.1 , 03   Perspectives de récolte et situation alimentaire - No.4 , 12   Perspectives de récolte et situation alimentaire - No.3 , 09   Perspectives de récolte et situation alimentaire - No.2 , 07   Perspectives de récolte et situation alimentaire - No.1 , 03   Perspectives de récolte et situation alimentaire - No.4 , 12   Perspectives de récolte et situation alimentaire - No.3 , 09   Perspectives de récolte et situation alimentaire - 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Information and Knowledge Management Information and KnowledgeInformation and Knowledge ManagementManagement A Risk ManagerA Risk Manager’’s Perspectives Perspective Dr Barbara CarbyDr Barbara Carby The Cayman IslandsThe Cayman Islands AtAt CTO Conference, JamaicaCTO Conference, Jamaica September 2006September 2006 Barbara.Carby@gov.kyBarbara.Carby@gov.ky Information and KnowledgeInformation and Knowledge A Risk ManagerA Risk Manager’’s Perspectives Perspective WHAT IS KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT? (...) Information and KnowledgeInformation and Knowledge A Risk ManagerA Risk Manager’’s Perspectives Perspective WHAT IS KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT? (...) DRR DRR –– Disaster Risk ReductionDisaster Risk Reduction Information and KnowledgeInformation and Knowledge A Risk ManagerA Risk Manager’’s Perspectives Perspective SUMMARYSUMMARY Knowledge is built from data and Knowledge is built from data and informationinformation Requires integration of information Requires integration of information and communications technology and and communications technology and brain technology to ensure successfulbrain technology to ensure successful disaster risk reductiondisaster risk reduction Information and KnowledgeInformation and Knowledge A Risk ManagerA Risk Manager’’s Perspectives Perspective SUMMARYSUMMARY ““ManagementManagement”” must involve sharingmust involve sharing of :of : Information and Communications Information and Communications TechnologyTechnology Knowledge of technology and applicationsKnowledge of technology and applications including most appropriate technologyincluding most appropriate technology for circumstancesfor circumstances Information and KnowledgeInformation and Knowledge A Risk ManagerA Risk Manager’’s Perspectives Perspective SUMMARYSUMMARY It is the responsibility of DRR leadership It is the responsibility of DRR leadership to ensure that :to ensure that : i)i) Structures permitting sharing and Structures permitting sharing and exchange are developed and maintainedexchange are developed and maintained necessarily includes application of necessarily includes application of available ICTavailable ICT ii)ii) New knowledge is created and appliedNew knowledge is created and applied DRRDRR-- Disaster Risk ReductionDisaster Risk Reduction Information and KnowledgeManagement Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective Information and KnowledgeA Risk Manager’s Perspective
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Document26.PDF Jorge - 11/21/2000 Gender Perspectives in Telecommunications Policy 1 Gender Perspectives in Telecommunications Policy A Curriculum Proposal Sonia Nunes Jorge (sjorge@att.net) Presented at ITU – Development Symposium for Regulators Geneva November 21, 2000 Jorge - 11/21/2000 Gender Perspectives in Telecommunications Policy 2 Overview There is a crucial need for a gender perspective in all areas of policy making. (...) Jorge - 11/21/2000 Gender Perspectives in Telecommunications Policy 4 Telecommunications Policy: The Rationale for a Gender Perspective Why a gender perspective? (...) Jorge - 11/21/2000 Gender Perspectives in Telecommunications Policy 5 Telecommunications Policy: The Rationale for a Gender Perspective A few examples from a gender-aware perspective: Women headed households tend to live on smaller incomes, in most cases too small to afford basic service tariffs.
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Generic template GBAS/SBAS IMPLEMENTATION in APAC AUSTRALIA’S PERSPECTIVE Jorge Woods - CASA 1 PERSPECTIVES  OVERALL  GBAS  SBAS  RELATED NAV/SUR 2| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective OVERALL (1)  Aviation is self funding in Australia  Government Policy Task o Influence infrastructure investment and operating costs at the service of society o Whole of Government Approach  Australia o Departments/Agencies under State Safety Program o Industry 3| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective OVERALL (2)  Australia ‘thinks’ o Global ATM Concept (GATMOC, Doc 9854) o Balancing GATMOC’s • Performance Service Asset Package (PSAP) (Cir335) • across its 11 KPA (Doc 9883) • using the GANP 4| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective OVERALL (3)  GBAS/SBAS = o part of Navigation Equation, which is o part of ATM/CNS, which is o part of Aviation Transport System, which is o part of Transport System 5| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective GBAS  2006-2011 = SYD GBAS trials  2012(06) = SYD GBAS – restricted operators  2014(06) = SYD GBAS – all operators o RWY: 07, 16L, 16R, 25, 34L, 34R  2017(06) = MEL GBAS – all operators o RWY 09, 16, 27, 34  FUTURE = Potentially BN, PH and AD 6| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective SBAS  2019(Q3): Cost benefit analysis across 10 industry sectors (including aviation) o Benefits expected = several billions AUD  Test bed indicates performance compatible with cost benefits analysis  Important to know the user base o SBAS = potential APV to 1000 RWY Ends 7| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective RELATED NAV/SUR (1) – Context  GNSS/ADS-B mandate IFR (2013 => 2017)  Navigation Rationalization Project (NRP) (2016)  PBN  TIFP  Surveillance  ADS-B Data Sharing 8| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective RELATED NAV/SUR (1) – Context  GNSS/ADS-B mandate IFR (2013 => 2017) o Most IFR flights GNSS as primary o Extend surveillance coverage substantially o Progressive Steps: 2013; 2014 (2); 2016; 2017 o GNSS/ADS-B Mandate ≠ SBAS equipped 9GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective RELATED NAV & SUR (2) Navigation Rationalisation Project (NRP) (1)  2016 – Decommissioned ~50% ground-based navaids  Backup Navaid Network (BNN): o Allow recovery of “flight in progress” if unable to access GNSS (e.g. localized jamming; aircraft fault) o Support aircraft without fault detection and exclusion (all SBAS receivers have FDE) o Provide limited ongoing network capacity in the case of a sustained failure (balance between flexibility and resilience) 10| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective RELATED NAV/SUR (3) Navaid Rationalization Project (NRP)(2)  BNN Limitations o Cost of IFR training that is not used • E.g. recency on NDB/VOR approaches o Proximity of alternate airports for aircraft without FDE o Network architecture needs review 11| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective RELATED NAV/SUR (4) – PBN (1) 12| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective RELATED NAV/SUR (5) – PBN (2) 13  Navigation Specifications used in Australia | GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective RELATED NAV/SUR (6) – TIFP  Total ≈ 300 aerodromes (certified or registered)  TIFP figures (now/planned) o Baro-VNAV ≈ 105/337 o RNP-AR ≈ 40/44 o GLS ≈ 10/18 o SBAS Potentially • to all ≈ 1100 Runway Ends • depending on benefits for each individual case 14| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective RELATED NAV/SUR (7) 15| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective SUR Coverage 10000 ft RELATED NAV/SUR (8) 16| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective ADS-B Data Sharing – Australia/Indonesia WRAP UP (1)  WE ‘THINK’ o balance ICAO Performance Service Asset Package (PSAP) o for 11 KPA in ICAO GATMOC o across known user base o with stakeholders moving in synchronism o using the GANP o Ref: Docs 9854, 9883, Circ. 335 17| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective WRAP UP (2)  GBAS: proved net benefits in specific cases  SBAS: viable for user-base > than aviation  RELATED NAV/SUR: GBAS/SBAS within context o navigation rationalisation and backup o PBN, TIFP o surveillance needs 18| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective END 19| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective SPARE SLIDES 20| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective RELATED NAV/SUR 21| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective GNSS/ADS-B Mandate – Schedule (1) RELATED NAV/SUR 22| GBAS/SBAS Implementation in APAC - Australia’s Perspective  GNSS/ADS-B Mandate Schedule (2)
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WE WILL EXAMINE THIS CHALLENGE FROM BOTH THE NATIONAL CSIRT AND ISP PERSPECTIVE, BASED ON PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE. CYBERSECURITY WEEK FROM THE CENTER OF THE WORLD NATIONAL CSIRT NETWORK ABUSE REPORT INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS CUSTOMER NOTIFICATION “HOW NATIONAL CERT TEAMS CAN MOTIVATE ISPS TO ENSURE THAT THE VICTIM NOTIFICATIONS ACTUALLY END UP REACHING ALL THE WAY TO THE END USERS” CYBERSECURITY WEEK FROM THE CENTER OF THE WORLD CYBER SECURITY STRATEGY SMALL COG, LARGE MACHINE SITUATIONAL AWARENESS OUTREACH DOMESTIC LEVEL INTERNATIONAL LEVEL INCIDENT MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SHARING PROMOTE IT-SEC COOPERATION NATIONAL CII PROTECTION CYBER EXERCISES CYBER EXERCISES INFORMATION SHARING NATIONAL POINT OF CONTACT CYBERSECURITY WEEK FROM THE CENTER OF THE WORLD NATIONAL CSIRT NETWORK ABUSE REPORT INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS CUSTOMER NOTIFICATION IN A WORLD FULL OF TERMS threat intelligence threat landscape symbiotic relationship key stakeholders actionable intelligence value added processing operational theater constituency mobilization utility orientation trust chain sharing open source intelligence CYBERSECURITY WEEK FROM THE CENTER OF THE WORLD NATIONAL CSIRT NETWORK ABUSE REPORT INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS CUSTOMER NOTIFICATION THE FUNDAMENTAL CHALLENGE how this interaction invokes a response here CYBERSECURITY WEEK FROM THE CENTER OF THE WORLD TODAY’S MENU: 3 COURSE ARCTIC SPECIAL ▸ APPETIZER ▸ Understanding the risk of ISP codependency ▸ How the operational theater is changing ▸ The background to our approach ▸ ENTREE: THE TOPIC DONE THREE WAYS ▸ The national CSIRT perspective ▸ The ISP perspective ▸ Success stories ▸ DESSERT: ▸ Summary CYBERSECURITY WEEK FROM THE CENTER OF THE WORLD THE CHEFS ▸ Sindri Bjarnason (sindri@synopsys.com) ▸ Founding member of CERT-IS from 2011 - 2014 ▸ Problem solving in collaboration with multiple national CSIRTs ▸ Juha Haaga (juha.haaga@synopsys.com) ▸ Developer for Codenomicon since 2012, working with AbuseSA and NCSC-FI projects ▸ Product manager for AbuseSA at Synopsys http://synopsys.com http://synopsys.com APPETIZER: THE RISK OF CODEPENDENCY AND NOW BACK TO OUR MAIN STORY … APPETIZER: THE RISK OF CODEPENDENCY THE AREA OF INTEREST SITUATIONAL AWARENESS RESPONSE INFORMATION SHARING NATIONAL POINT OF CONTACT DATA PROCESSING INFORMATION SHARING INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS APPETIZER: THE RISK OF CODEPENDENCY THE FOCUS IN RECENT YEARS SITUATIONAL AWARENESS RESPONSE INFORMATION SHARING NATIONAL POINT OF CONTACT DATA PROCESSING INFORMATION SHARING INCREASE THE CAPACITY FOR PROCESSING AND REPORTING OF ABUSE DATA THROUGH AUTOMATION APPETIZER: THE RISK OF CODEPENDENCY THE IMPACT SITUATIONAL AWARENESS RESPONSE INFORMATION SHARING NATIONAL POINT OF CONTACT DATA PROCESSING INFORMATION SHARING +increase +increase +increase no change APPETIZER: THE RISK OF CODEPENDENCY WHY NOT ASK THEM NICELY DO RESPOND? 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LOOK AT THE DATA ENTREE: THE TOPIC DONE THREE WAYS THE TOPIC DONE THREE WAYS THE CSIRT PERSPECTIVE THE ISP PERSPECTIVE SUCCESS STORIES CERT-IS, ICELAND NCSC-FI, FINLAND CERT-EE, ESTONIA THE CSIRT PERSPECTIVE CERT-IS, ICELAND ICELAND: THE NATIONAL CSIRT PERSPECTIVE ICELAND: THE NATIONAL CSIRT PERSPECTIVE CERT-IS: THE BACKGROUND ▸ The national CERT in Iceland was established in 2011, legislation “enacted” in spring 2012 ▸ Operates independently within the telecommunication regulatory authority ▸ Telecommunication organizations formed the initial constituency ▸ Rapid bootstrap phase provided early operational capabilities ICELAND: THE NATIONAL CSIRT PERSPECTIVE 2012 2013 2014 TIMELINE RE SO U RC ES BOOTSTRAPPING DATA ACQUISITION DATA PROCESSING AUTOMATION UPSTREAM REPORTING SITUATIONAL AWARENESS OUTREACH SHARING AWARENESS RESPONSE CAPABILITIES COLLABORATION NATIONAL RESPONSE ISP REQUIREMENTS DATA EVALUATION NATIONAL EXERCISES ICELAND: THE NATIONAL CSIRT PERSPECTIVE 2012 2013 2014 TIMELINE RE SO U RC ES BOOTSTRAPPING DATA ACQUISITION DATA PROCESSING AUTOMATION UPSTREAM REPORTING SITUATIONAL AWARENESS OUTREACH SHARING AWARENESS RESPONSE CAPABILITIES COLLABORATION NATIONAL RESPONSE ISP REQUIREMENTS DATA EVALUATION NATIONAL EXERCISES THE COLLISIONS ICELAND: THE NATIONAL CSIRT PERSPECTIVE MAJOR COLLISIONS UPSTREAM REPORTING SHARING AWARENESS RESPONSE CAPABILITIES NATIONAL RESPONSE ASSUMED EXISTING UPSTREAM CAPABILITIES ASSUMED EXISTING AWARENESS OF THE DATA ASSUMED EASY INTEGRATION ASSUMED DOMESTIC READINESS ICELAND: THE NATIONAL CSIRT PERSPECTIVE ▸ CERT-IS automated (with AbuseSA / Abusehelper) most of the data processing needed on a daily basis ▸ This increased capacity allowed us to rapidly increase the volume and throughput of abuse data ▸ We assumed that our processing capacity would be met upstream, allowing the gap to grow further ▸ The negative impact was significant UPSTREAM REPORTING ASSUMED EXISTING UPSTREAM CAPABILITIES ICELAND: THE NATIONAL CSIRT PERSPECTIVE ▸ The initial dialog with the upstream responders was focused on dealing with the ever increasing stream of abuse data ▸ The focus should have been “where could we start” instead of “we need to solve this” ▸ The underdeveloped knowledge of the actual abuse data added to the confusion ▸ Significantly delayed any collaboration NEGATIVE IMPACT ICELAND: THE NATIONAL CSIRT PERSPECTIVE ▸ As more abuse data becomes available to national CSIRTs, the gap between the situational awareness available to the team and domestic actors grows ▸ If the teams priorities and actions are shaped by its own situational awareness that does not extend to its constituency, the team risks isolation SHARING AWARENESS ASSUMED EXISTING AWARENESS OF THE DATA ICELAND: THE NATIONAL CSIRT PERSPECTIVE AREAS OF SUCCESS COLLABORATION ISP REQUIREMENTS DATA EVALUATION NATIONAL EXERCISES RE SO U RC ES WHERE LIMITED RESOURCES YIELD HIGH UTILITY ICELAND: THE NATIONAL CSIRT PERSPECTIVE ▸ The first step is to identify the roles and requirements within the constituency and estimate the needed commitment of resources ▸ Translates to asking “what is needed and where” ▸ Integrating with and enhancing existing response procedures offers higher sustainability EASY INTEGRATION DELIVERING UTILITY ISP REQUIREMENTS DATA EVALUATION NATIONAL EXERCISES ICELAND: THE NATIONAL CSIRT PERSPECTIVE NATIONAL RESPONSE CAPACITY SHARED UNDERSTANDING INPUT FOR INTEGRATION NATIONAL EXERCISES SOP DEVELOPMENT CONTINUED IMPROVEMENTS SUCCESS STORIES CERT-EE, ESTONIA ESTONIA: SUCCESS IN THE FIELD ESTONIA: SUCCESS IN THE FIELD CERT-EE: THE BACKGROUND ▸ The national CERT in Estonia was established in 2006 ▸ Extensive constituency that included majority of public organizations ▸ Assumed national responsibility roles from the start ESTONIA: SUCCESS IN THE FIELD THE FUNDAMENTALS DEVELOPING TRUST ▸ CERT-EE as an organization ▸ The capabilities of the team ▸ Between individual members BUILDING RELATIONS ▸ Multiple levels ▸ Technical operators ▸ management ▸ Information exchange ESTONIA: SUCCESS IN THE FIELD WALLED GARDEN PROJECT FEATURES ▸ Automated response to network abuse reports ▸ Customers temporarily confined to an information portal THE MAIN POINTS ▸ Ensuring the quality of the data being processed ▸ Single ISP implementation at the beginning ▸ The ISP was the authority THE ISP PERSPECTIVE NCSC-FI, FINLAND FINLAND: THE ISP PERSPECTIVE FINLAND: THE ISP PERSPECTIVE FINLAND: THE BACKGROUND ▸ The National Cyber Security Centre in Finland has a long history ▸ The largest ISP began incrementally investing resources into abuse reporting already 15 years ago. ▸ Collaboration is very mature, and the ISP has independent abuse management capability that exceeds CERT expectations FINLAND: THE ISP PERSPECTIVE THE SUCCESS FACTORS TRUST FRIENDLY COMPETITION MATURITY OVER TIME AUTOMATION FRIENDLY CSIRT - ISP RELATIONSHIP ANONYMOUS ISP PERFORMANCE REPORTS INCREMENTAL BUILD UP OF ABUSE HANDLING CAPABILITY REDUCES ISP RESOURCE IMPACT FOR RESPONSE FINLAND: THE ISP PERSPECTIVE ▸ NCSC-FI is within telecommunications regulatory authority, but they have not needed to apply regulatory pressure to get results ▸ Lawyers do not run the show — NCSC-FI can discuss directly with subject matter experts ▸ Open discussion on how to best tackle specific issues, and ISPs contribute by sharing what is easiest for them TRUST FRIENDLY CSIRT - ISP RELATIONSHIP FINLAND: THE ISP PERSPECTIVE ▸ NCSC-FI acts as a neutral party and publishes anonymised annual report on how well ISPs perform on abuse handling ▸ Each ISP is shown how well they did, and how they are positioned in the rankings ▸ Top performers are keen to use their status for marketing purposes, and publish who they are in the anonymised report FRIENDLY COMPETITION ANONYMOUS ISP PERFORMANCE REPORTS FINLAND: THE ISP PERSPECTIVE ▸ Finland has the advantage that this process has been ongoing for 15 years ▸ ISPs who were able to pay attention, developed response capability as new threat types appeared ▸ Time spent on perfecting the customer communications MATURITY OVER TIME SMALL INCREMENTS LEADING TO BIG RESULTS FINLAND: THE ISP PERSPECTIVE ▸ Automated abuse report processing makes this possible for ISP ▸ In-house developed systems in Finland ▸ Automated notification systems that relay abuse information over various channels — SMS, email, walled garden (captive portal) ▸ ISPs who were paying attention, developed response capability as new threat types appeared AUTOMATION REDUCES ISP RESOURCE IMPACT FOR RESPONSE CYBERSECURITY WEEK FROM THE CENTER OF THE WORLD “SOCIETY’S GROWING INFORMATION INTENSITY, THE INCREASE OF FOREIGN OWNERSHIP AND OUTSOURCING, INTEGRATION BETWEEN INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES, THE USE OF OPEN NETWORKS AS WELL AS THE GROWING RELIANCE ON ELECTRICITY HAVE SET TOTALLY NEW REQUIREMENTS FOR SECURING SOCIETY’S VITAL FUNCTIONS IN NORMAL CONDITIONS, DURING SERIOUS DISTURBANCES IN NORMAL CONDITIONS AND IN EMERGENCY CONDITIONS.”
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One of the reasons for lack of progress is the limited understanding of the important linkages between gender perspectives and different sector areas. Critical questions on gender perspectives need to be raised in all areas. For example, in what way are gender perspectives relevant for the promotion and protection of human rights; what are the critical gender perspectives in water resources management; how do gender perspectives come into play in decentralization processes; what role do gender perspectives have in poverty eradication? (...) Today’s panel discussion provides an opportunity to discuss the relevance of gender perspectives in the work of three subsidiary bodies of the Economic and Social Council.
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Score: 495751.7 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/.../panel/genderJun02/CH-stmt.pdf
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Yuchun PANG, CATAS-TCGRI 09:25 Reviewing Preliminary Scoping Study on NUS in Lao PDR from Nutrition Perspective: Presentation on Validation and Prioritization Dr Anadi Nitithamyong, Mahidol University 09:40 Reviewing Preliminary Scoping Study on NUS in Lao PDR from Socio- economic Perspective Mr Max Herriman, CFF 10:00- 10:30 Discussions Plenary 10:30- 11:00 Tea/Coffee break Summary and Output Generation Based on Review of Discussants from a FAO Perspective 11:00  Wrap up and Nomination of 5-6 priority NUS in Lao PDR FAO RAP/FAO Special Ambassador IYP 2016 Overview and Scoping of the Availability and Potential of NUS in Cambodia 11:20 Preliminary Scoping of NUS in Cambodia Dr Kynet Kong, CARDI 3 11:50 Reviewing Preliminary Scoping Study on NUS in Cambodia from Agriculture /Ecological Perspective: Presentation on Validation and Prioritization Dr. (...) Wani, ICRISAT 12:05 Reviewing Preliminary Scoping Study on NUS in Cambodia from Nutrition Perspective: Presentation on Validation and Prioritization Dr Anadi Nitithamyong, Mahidol University 12:20- 14:00 Lunch break 14:00 Reviewing Preliminary Scoping Study on NUS in Cambodia from Socio- economic Perspective Mr Max Herriman, CFF 14:20- 14:50 Discussions Plenary Summary and Output Generation Based on Review of Discussants from a FAO Perspective 14:50- 15:10  Wrap up and Nomination of 5-6 priority NUS in Cambodia FAO RAP/FAO Special Ambassador IYP 2016 Overview and Scoping of the Availability and Potential of NUS in Myanmar 15:10 Preliminary Scoping of NUS in Myanmar Dr Minn San Thein, DAR 15:40 Reviewing Preliminary Scoping Study on NUS in Myanmar from Agriculture/ Ecological Perspective: Presentation on Validation and Prioritization Dr Suhas P. (...) Wani, ICRISAT Dr Shankar Bashettepa Dandin, BI 08:50 Reviewing Preliminary Scoping Study on NUS in Vietnam from Nutrition Perspective Dr Anadi Nitithamyong, Mahidol University 09:05 Reviewing Preliminary Scoping Study on NUS in Vietnam from Socio- economic Perspective Mr Max Herriman, CFF 09:15 General Discussion Plenary Overview and Scoping of the Availability and Potential of NUS in Bangladesh 09:30 Preliminary Scoping of NUS in Bangladesh Dr Md Amjad Hossain, BARI 09:45 Reviewing Preliminary Scoping Study on NUS in Bangladesh from Agriculture/Ecological Perspective Dr Yashpal Singh Saharawat, ICARDA 10:00 Reviewing Preliminary Scoping Study on NUS in Bangladesh from Nutrition Perspective Dr Prakash Shetty, MSSRF- LANSA 4 10:15 Reviewing Preliminary Scoping Study on NUS in Bangladesh from Socio-economic Perspective Dr Abid Hussain, ICIMOD 10:25 General Discussion Plenary 10:40- 11:10 Tea/Coffee break Overview and Scoping of the Availability and Potential of NUS in West Bengal, India 11:25 Preliminary Scoping of NUS in West Bengal, India Dr Apurba Chowdhury, UBKV 11:40 Reviewing Preliminary Scoping Study on NUS in West Bengal, India from Agriculture/ Ecological Perspective Dr Yashpal Singh Saharawat, ICARDA 11:55 Reviewing Preliminary Scoping Study on NUS in West Bengal, India from Nutrition Perspective Dr Prakash Shetty, MSSRF- LANSA 12:10 Reviewing Preliminary Scoping Study on NUS in West Bengal, India from Socio-economic Perspective Dr Abid Hussain, ICIMOD 12:20 General Discussion Plenary Overview and Scoping of the Availability and Potential of NUS in Bhutan 12:35 Preliminary Scoping of NUS in Bhutan Mr Kailash Pradhan, DoA 12:50 Reviewing Preliminary Scoping Study on NUS in Bhutan from Agriculture/ Ecological Perspective Dr Yashpal Singh Saharawat, ICARDA 13:05 Reviewing Preliminary Scoping Study on NUS in Bhutan from Nutrition Perspective Dr Prakash Shetty, MSSRF- LANSA 13:20 Reviewing Preliminary Scoping Study on NUS in Bhutan from Socio- economic Perspective Dr Abid Hussain, ICIMOD 13:30 General Discussion Plenary 13:45- 14:45 Lunch break Session 4: Use of GIS tool to capture NUS for targeted countries 14:45 Potentials of Geoinformatics application in mapping food and nutritional security Dr Chandrashekhar M.
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Score: 493357.8 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...eetings/2016/161203_Agenda.pdf
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The task force has prepared a preliminary analysis of the gender perspectives in the financing for development agenda: "Mainstreaming gender perspectives in issues addressed in the preparations for the International Conference on Financing for Development. An initial analysis" as well as an overview of the intergovernmental mandates on the gender perspectives relating to the issues covered by the financing for development agenda: "Intergovernmental mandates on incorporating gender perspectives in the issues covered by the International Conference on Financing for Development". (...) As part of the efforts of the task force to bring greater attention to gender perspectives, a Day of Dialogue will be organized by the task force on 25 February 2002 to provide an opportunity for representatives of Member States, the United Nations, NGO and civil society groups, the private sector and research institutes to dialogue on the relevant gender perspectives on all areas of financing for development and the ways these perspectives can be addressed in the context of the international conference in 2002.
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Major actors in the field of CIIP… …and their different perspectives on CIIP Challenges governments face when implementing an effective CIIP policy www.css.ethz.ch Why Focus on Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP)? (...) Public Private Partnerships; The relevance of International Organizations) Conclusion and Recommendations Towards a Global Culture of Cyber-Security www.css.ethz.ch Major Actors involved in CIIP Private sector (private infrastrucutre operators, companies) Public sector/government agencies Academic community Individual users Differing positions within governments / the private sector, and between governments and the private sector complicate the assignment of responsibility with it comes to CIP and CIIP. www.css.ethz.ch Four Different perspectives System-level, technical perspective Business perspective Law-enforcement perspective National-security perspective The differing positions demand different allocation to responsibility and countermeasures Question: Is CIIP an issue of ordinary day-to-day politics or a (inter)national security issue? www.css.ethz.ch Example: Switzerland‘s main CIIP actors at government level Perspec- tives Actors IT Security Perspective Business Perspective Law- enforcement Perspective National security Perspective Fed.
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Score: 492826.7 - https://www.itu.int/osg/csd/cy...le-wigert-ciip-15-may-2006.pdf
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