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122_ITU_MIS-REPORT_C-1_V4-B OF THE WORLD 2 3 ICELANDIDI 8.36 RANK 4 4 DENMARKIDI 8.35 RANK 3 5 FINLANDIDI 8.24 RANK 5 6 NORWAYIDI 8.13 RANK 6 7 NETHERLANDSIDI 8.00 RANK 7 8 UKIDI 7.98 RANK 11 9 LUXEMBOURGIDI 7.93 RANK 9 10 TOP 30 IDI ECONOMIES SHARE A HIGH LEVEL OF INCOME AND SKILLS ECONOMIES THAT HAVE MADE THE MOST PROGRESS (2011-2012 IDI VALUE INCREASE) LEBANON 4.62 5.37 UAE 5.68 6.41 BARBADOS 6.01 6.65 OMAN 4.80 5.36 COSTA RICA 4.47 5.03 BELARUS 5.57 6.11 ESTONIA 6.74 7.28 BAHRAIN 5.79 6.30 ISRAEL 6.70 7.11 BRAZIL 4.59 5.00 IDI VALUE 8.57 IDI RANK #1 REPUBLIC OF KOREA1 MOBILE- BROADBAND PENETRATION COUNTRIES FROM THE AMERICAS, 2012 RANK: USA 17, CANADA 20, BARBADOS 29 121 INDIAIDI 2.21 RANK 120 119 SUDANIDI 2.33 RANK 118 122 NIGERIAIDI 2.18 RANK 123 129 PAKISTANIDI 1.83 RANK 128 131 DJIBOUTIIDI 1.77 RANK 131 141 RWANDAIDI 1.66 RANK 143 136 CAMEROONIDI 1.72 RANK 136 153 ERITREAIDI 1.20 RANK 153 10 HONG-KONG (CH) IDI 7.92 R 10157 NIGER IDI 0.99 RANK 157 IN CAMEROON, DJIBOUTI, PAKISTAN, RWANDA AND TOGO LESS THAN ONE IN TEN PEOPLE USE THE INTERNET 135 BANGLADESHIDI 1.73 RANK 139 148 MOZAMBIQUEIDI 1.31 RANK 149 SWEDEN IDI 8.45 RANK 2 COUNTRIES FROM ASIA & PACIFIC, 2012 RANK: AUSTRALIA 11, JAPAN 12, MACAO (CHINA) 14, SINGAPORE 15, NEW ZEALAND 16 2012 RANK 2012 RANK 2011 RANK 2011 RANK ICT trends ICT developments are maturing in all parts of the world IDI top ten Economies with the highest 2012 IDI value IDI dynamic countries Economies with the greatest 2011-2012 IDI rank/value increase BILLION PEOPLE ONLINE 2.7 MILLION HOUSEHOLDS CONNECTED 750 BILLION6.8 % OF WORLD POPULATION LIVES WITHIN REACH OF A50 NETWORK MOBILE-BROADBANDSUBSCRIPTIONS 6 OF THE TOP 10 ARE FROM NORTHERN EUROPE THE 39 LCCs REPRESENT A TOTAL POPULATION OF MOBILE-CELLULAR SUBSCRIPTIONS BILLION +6% GROWTH 75% ESTONIA LEBANON ALBANIA LCCs COULD DRAW THE GREATEST BENEFITS FROM BETTER ACCESS TO AND USE OF ICTs, INCLUDING IN AREAS SUCH AS: WHICH IS MORE THAN A THIRD OF THE TOTAL WORLD POPULATION HEALTH EDUCATION EMPLOYMENT +109% GROWTH 18% +136% GROWTH 12% MOST BANDWIDTH PER INTERNET USER IN AFRICA KENYA UAE 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 15 14 13 12 11 WENT UP TWELVE PLACES TO RANK 33 ZIMBABWE RANK 115 OVERTOOK KENYA RANK 116 AND SWAZILAND RANK 117 AUSTRALIA INCREASED FROM RANK 15 TO 11 HOUSEHOLDS WITH COMPUTER AND INTERNET ACCESS AT HOME WIRELESS- BROADBAND PENETRATION FIXED (WIRED)-BROADBAND PENETRATION least connected countries (LCCs) Economies with the lowest IDI values AND OVER 97% OF HOUSEHOLDS CONNECTED UP 4 UK #8 2012 UK #11 2011 NEW TO THE TOP 10 UP 3 PLACES TOP IDI RANK INCREASE 33 UAEIDI 6.41 RANK 45 41 BELARUSIDI 6.11 RANK 46 60 COSTA RICAIDI 5.03 RANK 65 85 MONGOLIAIDI 3.92 RANK 90 29 BARBADOSIDI 6.65 RANK 36 52 LEBANONIDI 5.37 RANK 61 64 SEYCHELLESIDI 4.75 RANK 70 132 ZAMBIAIDI 1.77 RANK 137 2012 RANK 2011 RANK HONG KONG (CHINA) IDI 7.92 RANK 10 AUSTRALIA ALSO IN THE TOP TEN...
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122_ITU_MIS-REPORT_C-1_V4-B OF THE WORLD 2 3 ICELANDIDI 8.36 RANK 4 4 DENMARKIDI 8.35 RANK 3 5 FINLANDIDI 8.24 RANK 5 6 NORWAYIDI 8.13 RANK 6 7 NETHERLANDSIDI 8.00 RANK 7 8 UKIDI 7.98 RANK 11 9 LUXEMBOURGIDI 7.93 RANK 9 10 TOP 30 IDI ECONOMIES SHARE A HIGH LEVEL OF INCOME AND SKILLS ECONOMIES THAT HAVE MADE THE MOST PROGRESS (2011-2012 IDI VALUE INCREASE) LEBANON 4.62 5.37 UAE 5.68 6.41 BARBADOS 6.01 6.65 OMAN 4.80 5.36 COSTA RICA 4.47 5.03 BELARUS 5.57 6.11 ESTONIA 6.74 7.28 BAHRAIN 5.79 6.30 ISRAEL 6.70 7.11 BRAZIL 4.59 5.00 IDI VALUE 8.57 IDI RANK #1 REPUBLIC OF KOREA1 MOBILE- BROADBAND PENETRATION COUNTRIES FROM THE AMERICAS, 2012 RANK: USA 17, CANADA 20, BARBADOS 29 121 INDIAIDI 2.21 RANK 120 119 SUDANIDI 2.33 RANK 118 122 NIGERIAIDI 2.18 RANK 123 129 PAKISTANIDI 1.83 RANK 128 131 DJIBOUTIIDI 1.77 RANK 131 141 RWANDAIDI 1.66 RANK 143 136 CAMEROONIDI 1.72 RANK 136 153 ERITREAIDI 1.20 RANK 153 10 HONG-KONG (CH) IDI 7.92 R 10157 NIGER IDI 0.99 RANK 157 IN CAMEROON, DJIBOUTI, PAKISTAN, RWANDA AND TOGO LESS THAN ONE IN TEN PEOPLE USE THE INTERNET 135 BANGLADESHIDI 1.73 RANK 139 148 MOZAMBIQUEIDI 1.31 RANK 149 SWEDEN IDI 8.45 RANK 2 COUNTRIES FROM ASIA & PACIFIC, 2012 RANK: AUSTRALIA 11, JAPAN 12, MACAO (CHINA) 14, SINGAPORE 15, NEW ZEALAND 16 2012 RANK 2012 RANK 2011 RANK 2011 RANK ICT trends ICT developments are maturing in all parts of the world IDI top ten Economies with the highest 2012 IDI value IDI dynamic countries Economies with the greatest 2011-2012 IDI rank/value increase BILLION PEOPLE ONLINE 2.7 MILLION HOUSEHOLDS CONNECTED 750 BILLION6.8 % OF WORLD POPULATION LIVES WITHIN REACH OF A50 NETWORK MOBILE-BROADBANDSUBSCRIPTIONS 6 OF THE TOP 10 ARE FROM NORTHERN EUROPE THE 39 LCCs REPRESENT A TOTAL POPULATION OF MOBILE-CELLULAR SUBSCRIPTIONS BILLION +6% GROWTH 75% ESTONIA LEBANON ALBANIA LCCs COULD DRAW THE GREATEST BENEFITS FROM BETTER ACCESS TO AND USE OF ICTs, INCLUDING IN AREAS SUCH AS: WHICH IS MORE THAN A THIRD OF THE TOTAL WORLD POPULATION HEALTH EDUCATION EMPLOYMENT +109% GROWTH 18% +136% GROWTH 12% MOST BANDWIDTH PER INTERNET USER IN AFRICA KENYA UAE 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 15 14 13 12 11 WENT UP TWELVE PLACES TO RANK 33 ZIMBABWE RANK 115 OVERTOOK KENYA RANK 116 AND SWAZILAND RANK 117 AUSTRALIA INCREASED FROM RANK 15 TO 11 HOUSEHOLDS WITH COMPUTER AND INTERNET ACCESS AT HOME WIRELESS- BROADBAND PENETRATION FIXED (WIRED)-BROADBAND PENETRATION least connected countries (LCCs) Economies with the lowest IDI values AND OVER 97% OF HOUSEHOLDS CONNECTED UP 4 UK #8 2012 UK #11 2011 NEW TO THE TOP 10 UP 3 PLACES TOP IDI RANK INCREASE 33 UAEIDI 6.41 RANK 45 41 BELARUSIDI 6.11 RANK 46 60 COSTA RICAIDI 5.03 RANK 65 85 MONGOLIAIDI 3.92 RANK 90 29 BARBADOSIDI 6.65 RANK 36 52 LEBANONIDI 5.37 RANK 61 64 SEYCHELLESIDI 4.75 RANK 70 132 ZAMBIAIDI 1.77 RANK 137 2012 RANK 2011 RANK HONG KONG (CHINA) IDI 7.92 RANK 10 AUSTRALIA ALSO IN THE TOP TEN...
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Expect for Mexico these countries rank middle in the ODB. The case of Mexico with a good ODB rank could be read as if the country were investing in open data to improve its transparency. (...) Positive values reflect an improvement of the rank, negative a th st This group of countries is also ranking low in the ICT decline. (top); ODB 1 ed. rank 2013 and ODB 4 ed. rank 2016 regional averages (bottom). development index, yet it is possible to observe that similar to the other income groups, the level of freedom is related to the level of ODB.
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MEDIA COVERAGE​ OF THE GCI                  ​​GCI 2020 (v4) ​​ ​​​​​​ ​​ ​​ Azerbaijan ranks third for cyber security in CIS Cyberspace splitting along US-China geopolitical lines, India needs a stance: Govt cyber chief Cybersecurity Improvement in Mexico – Luces del Siglo ITU Survey Finds Half of Nations With Cyber Incident Response Plans​​ ​America tops ITU's Global Cyber Security Index, UK in tie for second with Saudi Arabia​ ​ Why the UK lost its top spot on the ITU Global Cybersecurity Index​ ​Costa Rica’s Improvement in The Global Cybersecurity Index is recognized ​Georgia ranks 55th in the world, 30th in Europe for cyber security​ ​ Countries ramp up cybersecurity strategies ​Ghana Ranked 3rd On Cyber Security ​Bangladesh jumps 25 notches up to rank 53 in Global Cybersecurity Index ​ Bangladesh secures 53rd position in Global Cybersecurity Index ​ Bangladesh 53rd in Global Cybersecurity Index ​ Bangladesh moves 25 spots up in Global Cybersecurity Index​ ​ Ghana is third with 86.69% rating in Africa on Global Cybersecurity Index ​ Saudi Arabia ranks No. 2 globally in its commitment to cybersecurity ​ Global Cyber Security Index (GCI) 2020 ​ Global Cyber Security Index 2020: Asia-Pacific Countries Ranked​ ​ Global Cybersecurity Index 2020 Ranks Morocco at 50th Globally ​Global Cybersecurity Index 2020: Nigeria Posts Stellar Performance ​I ndia Enters Top 10 In Global Cybersecurity Index 2020 Rankings; Jumps 37 Places ​ India jumps 37 places to rank 10 in ITU’s Global Cybersecurity Index 2020, fourth among Asia-Pacific countries ​ India jumps 37 places to rank 10 in Global Cyber Security Index ​ India Ranks 10th In Global Cybersecurity Index: UN Study ​ India Ranks Among Top 10 in Global Cybersecurity Index ​ITU Global Cybersecurity Index 2020: India ranked amongst top 10 nations​ ​India among top 10 in Global Cybersecurity Index ​ India breaks into top 10 countries on UN’s index measuring commitment to cybersecurity ​Kazakhstan Makes Gains in 2020 UN Global Cybersecurity Index Report ​ Malaysia among top ten countries with highest commitment to cybersecurity ​Mauritius, Ghana, Nigeria Rank Top 10 African Countries in Global Cybersecurity Index ​ Nepal moves up in global cybersecurity ranking ​ Nigeria lags behind Mauritius, Ghana, others in cybersecurity ranking​ ​Nigeria ranks 47th on UN’s cybersecurity index ​ Oman 3rd among Arab world, 21st globally in Cybersecurity Index 2020 ​ Ranked: Top 10 African countries in Global Cybersecurity Index​ ​ Azerbaijan improves its position in Global Cybersecurity Index ​ Azerbaijan ranks 40th in Global Cybersecurity Index ​ Saifuddin: Malaysia ranked among top 10 countries with highest commitment to cybersecurity ​ South Caucasus countries in Global Cybersecurity Index 2020 ​ Saudi No 2 in cybersecurity ranking; US tops 2020 global list ​ South Korea Ranks Fourth in ITU Global Cybersecurity Index ​ Singapore ranks fourth, India 10th in UN's global cybersecurity index ​ Study: US, UK, and Saudi Arabia lead in commitment to cybersecurity​ ​Vietnam Ranks 25 in Global Cybersecurity Index ​ This Asian Nation Is a Quiet Leader in Cybersecurity​ ​ UAE ranks 5th in ITU's 2020 Global Cybersecurity Index ​ Vietnam ranks 25th in Global Cybersecurity Index 2020 ​ Vietnam leaps to 25th place in Global Cybersecurity Index ​DANMARK LIGGER LANGT NEDE, NÅR MAN SAMMENLIGNER LANDENES CYBERSIKKERHED ​Luxembourg ranked 13th worldwide in the Global Cybersecurity Index 2020 by ITU ​ How strong is financial cybersecurity in Bangladesh?​ ​ Media Release - Botswana Ranks 12th in Africa on the ITU Global Cybersecurity Index 2020 ​ Morocco must do better ​ FN's Global Cybersecurity Index placerer Danmark på en 32. plads globalt ​ Global Cyber Security index: चीन 33वें और पाकिस्तान 79वें स्थान पर, जानें भारत को मिला कौन-सा स्थान… ​Bangladesh's lax cybersecurity ​ L’Italia è al ventesimo posto del Global Cybersecurity Index (GCI) dell’International Telecommunication Union (ITU) ​Kyrgyzstan ranks last among EAEU countries and Central Asia in terms of cybersecurity ​ Viet Nam records more than 2,900 cyber attacks in first half ​ Portugaaal rises to 14th place in the Global Cybersecurity Index 2020 ​Cybersécurité : le Bénin progresse et se hisse au 6è rang africain​ ​ India ranks among top 10 in ITU's Global Cybersecurity Index 2020 ​Vietnam ranks 25th in Global Cybersecurity Index​ UBCOM opens a subsidiary in Portugal ​ GCI 2018 (v3) ​​​ ​​​​​​ ​​ ​​ Digital ecosystems are not created equal …​ Georgia ranks 9th in Europe for cyber security​ ​ How are governments staying safe? 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Rwanda, Mauritius top Africa in 2017 global cyber security index​​​ ​ The state of PH cybersecurity​​​ ​​​ Netherlands Ranks Top-15 in ITU Global Cyber Security Index 2017​​​ ​​​ ​ Global Cybersecurity Index 2017 reveals that 50% of countries have no cybersecurity strategy in place​ ​​ UN cyber security index 2017: At 23rd, India ahead of Germany, China, but Singapore on top​​ ​​ ​​​ India ranks 23rd among 165 nations in c​​ybersecurity index ​​ U.N. survey finds cybersecurity gaps everywhere except Singa​​pore​​ ​​ ITU Global Cybersecurity Index 2017 shows improvements and strengthening of global cybersecurity agenda​ ​​​ VN f​alls in world cyber security index ​​​ ​ Singapore tops ITU's Global Cybersecurity Index 2017​ ​​​ ​ Automotive Cybersecurity Market to Reach USD 8.61 Billion By 2027 | CAGR of 21.7%: Emergen Research​ ​​  Thailand ranks 20th in global cybersecurity ranking ​ ​ Preparing for disruption: Technological Readiness Ranking​ ​​ Cyber Risk Scenarios, the Financial System, and Systemic Risk Assessment​ ​ ​ ​​​ GCI 2014 (v1)​ ​​ ITU starts Global Cybersecurity Index​ ​ Malaysia ranks third in Global Cybersecurity Index​ ​​​​ Top countries best prepared against cyberattacks​ ​​ ​ Estonia ranks fifth in the global cybersecurity index​ ​ How do you work out a country’s level of cybersecurity?​​​ ​​​​​​​​​​​
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It is worth noting that TOPSIS does not embed an objective comparison referential to estimate the quality 6.1 Rank reversal prevalence of a ranking. However, TOPSIS is considered to produce We wanted to know how painful can be a rank reversal a good quality ranking and is thus commonly used as a using TOPSIS for NIS. (...) At the same time, we still maintain a similarity with TOP‐ Then we randomly remove one of the potential alterna‐ SIS ranking in 82% of the experiments. Note that the rank‐ tives and the new ranking was computed. (...) The the previous ranking. If the order of remaining options ranking is only different from TOPSIS’ ranking, which we was different, then a rank reversal happened. used as a reference, but is not a ground truth.
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Score: 891140.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page110.html
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It is worth noting that TOPSIS does not embed an objective comparison referential to estimate the quality 6.1 Rank reversal prevalence of a ranking. However, TOPSIS is considered to produce We wanted to know how painful can be a rank reversal a good quality ranking and is thus commonly used as a using TOPSIS for NIS. (...) At the same time, we still maintain a similarity with TOP‐ Then we randomly remove one of the potential alterna‐ SIS ranking in 82% of the experiments. Note that the rank‐ tives and the new ranking was computed. (...) The the previous ranking. If the order of remaining options ranking is only different from TOPSIS’ ranking, which we was different, then a rank reversal happened. used as a reference, but is not a ground truth.
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PMNCH country selection criteria Countries Overall rank 1. Political commitm ent rank 2. Health burden rank 3. (...) The countries’ average rank was then ordered for the final health burden rank. Overall rank = ordering by Total rank = Political + Burden Ranks
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Score: 889215.2 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/abou.../ec_meeting_april2016_05_1.pdf
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The US is ranked first and Canada second. The top three also includes Australia, Malaysia and Oman – all sharing the third ranking. (...) “The fifth ranking is an excellent result since Estonia generally ranks between 15 to 20 in global information society indexes,” Rikk said. However, he admitted the rankings were fairly surprising, with many countries that are ordinarily not considered to be information society powerhouses leading the rankings.
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Score: 887484.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...lobal-cybersecurity-index.aspx
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Moreover, TOPSIS suffers from an issue known as rank reversal that this normalization method is rather complex, and may in‐ can happen when a non‐optimal alternative is removed crease the energy consumption of nodes. from the ranking. This can alter the quality and perti‐ Thus, we propose to use a simpli ied normalization nence of the ranking. Rank reversal is an issue common to method, which will not cause rank reversal and simplify several MADM methods. With an ideal method, the rank‐ the computations. Rank reversal happens because other ing of alternatives should not be altered when another al‐ alternatives are taken into account when computing nor‐ ternative is removed.
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Score: 885273 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page108.html
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Moreover, TOPSIS suffers from an issue known as rank reversal that this normalization method is rather complex, and may in‐ can happen when a non‐optimal alternative is removed crease the energy consumption of nodes. from the ranking. This can alter the quality and perti‐ Thus, we propose to use a simpli ied normalization nence of the ranking. Rank reversal is an issue common to method, which will not cause rank reversal and simplify several MADM methods. With an ideal method, the rank‐ the computations. Rank reversal happens because other ing of alternatives should not be altered when another al‐ alternatives are taken into account when computing nor‐ ternative is removed.
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Score: 885273 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page108.html
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