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They know that three important gears like security, monitoring and control might be lacking at that stage. (...) So far, it has organised as many as 15 seminars on cyber security. Its pursuits to make people aware are on. (...) About 34 percent of businesses remain unaware that specialised security products even exist. According to the findings of a recent survey, only 27 percent of companies use security solutions that are specifically adapted for virtual environments.
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Score: 297948.5 - https://publicadministration.u...1843/Cyber-Threat-and-Security
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They know that three important gears like security, monitoring and control might be lacking at that stage. (...) So far, it has organised as many as 15 seminars on cyber security. Its pursuits to make people aware are on. (...) About 34 percent of businesses remain unaware that specialised security products even exist. According to the findings of a recent survey, only 27 percent of companies use security solutions that are specifically adapted for virtual environments.
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Score: 297948.5 - https://publicadministration.u...-Survey-in-Media/ID/1843/Files
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All persons seeking entry to the complex are subject to security screening without notice when deemed necessary by the Department of Safety and Security.   2. (...) A security clearance sticker will be placed on all equipment. d. (...) Security Council Stakeout a. All accredited Correspondents may access the Security Council stakeout area without an escort from MALU while the Security Council is in session or someone is addressing the media at the stakeout. b. 
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Score: 297663.06 - https://www.un.org/en/media/accreditation/guidelines.shtml
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The goal of the United Nations Security Management System is to enable the activities of UNSMS organizations within acceptable levels of security risk. (...) The Department works with Executive Heads, Designated Officials for security, and Security Representatives of all UN entities across the UNSMS. This critical network under the IASMN is responsible for system-wide security policy developments underpinning the work of the UNSMS.
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Score: 297634.9 - https://www.un.org/en/safety-and-security/unsms-and-iasmn
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Our mission is simple: Enable United Nations system operations through trusted security leadership and solutions. This takes a workforce with a multitude of responsibilities:  from identifying emerging security threats to advising colleagues on how to deliver life-saving programmes in dangerous locations; from supporting NGOs to training UN staff on critical security measures.  (...) Instead, I became a Security at the Canadian Embassy in Lebanon, before joining the United Nations in 2002. (...) As a result, I had no security involvement when I joined UNDSS – I discovered by chance that they were recruiting in my home city of Medellín, Colombia.
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Score: 297618.82 - https://www.un.org/en/safety-and-security/career
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Our mission is simple: Enable United Nations system operations through trusted security leadership and solutions. This takes a workforce with a multitude of responsibilities:  from identifying emerging security threats to advising colleagues on how to deliver life-saving programmes in dangerous locations; from supporting NGOs to training UN staff on critical security measures.  (...) Instead, I became a Security at the Canadian Embassy in Lebanon, before joining the United Nations in 2002. (...) As a result, I had no security involvement when I joined UNDSS – I discovered by chance that they were recruiting in my home city of Medellín, Colombia.
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Security Council | Geospatial, location information for a better world Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Geospatial, location information for a better world Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home Maps & Geoservices General maps Web-services Thematic areas Earth observation and imagery Archives Geospatial mandates Experts from States Security Council Leadership Secretariat services Specialized agencies Public Programmes & Partnerships About Who we are What we do History Evolving technologies Frequently asked questions Home Geospatial mandates Security Council Security Council Public discussions and closed consultations Under the United Nations Charter , Security Council functions and powers include maintenance of international peace and security in accordance with the principles and purposes of the United Nations, and as such, may take military action against an aggressor. (...) In the context of Security Council public or closed consultations, cartographic support facilitates the visualization of the deployment of peacekeepers. (...) Custom cartographic support visualizing security threats or trend analysis, or satellite imagery may also be requested by the Security Council .
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Score: 297618.82 - https://www.un.org/geospatial/mandates/securitycouncil
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Security Council Press Statement on Yemen | Meetings Coverage and Press Releases Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Meetings Coverage and Press Releases Search the United Nations Search Advanced Search Toggle navigation Home Secretary-General Latest Press Releases Press Conferences General Assembly Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases Security Council Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases Press Conferences Economic and Social Council Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases International Court of Justice United Nations Print Press Release SC/14671 20 October 2021 Security Council Security Council Press Statement on Yemen The following Security Council press statement was issued today by Council President Martin Kimani (Kenya): The members of the Security Council expressed their unwavering support for United Nations Special Envoy Hans Grundberg.   (...) They condemned the increasing number of incidents off the coast of Yemen, including attacks on civilian and commercial ships, which pose a significant risk to the maritime security of vessels in the Gulf of Aden and Red Sea.   (...) They also stressed the need to avoid any actions that could cause suffering to the civilian population. The members of the Security Council reiterated their commitment to a Yemeni‑led, consensus-based political solution, and the full, equal, and meaningful participation of women, as well as the participation of youth, in accordance with relevant provisions of United Nations Security Council resolutions, including resolution 2216 (2015).  
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Score: 297353.17 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2021/sc14671.doc.htm
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First Committee | Meetings Coverage and Press Releases Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Meetings Coverage and Press Releases Search the United Nations Search Advanced Search Toggle navigation Home Secretary-General Latest Press Releases Press Conferences General Assembly Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases Security Council Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases Press Conferences Economic and Social Council Latest Meetings Coverage Press Releases International Court of Justice First Committee First Committee 6 December 2021 GA/12392 Adopting 55 First Committee Texts, General Assembly Addresses Myriad Security Threats, Urging Joint Action to Advance Stalled Denuclearization, Disarmament Efforts Stressing the enduring and pronounced threat posed by nuclear weapons, the General Assembly, acting on the recommendation of its First Committee (Disarmament and International Security), adopted 55 resolutions and decisions today, addressing the importance of ridding the world of the menace of weapons of mass destruction. 5 November 2021 GA/DIS/3679 Disagreement Not Necessarily Negative If Progress Can Follow, Chair Stresses, as First Committee Concludes Session, Approving Programme of Work for 2022 The First Committee (Disarmament and International Security) concluded its seventy‑sixth session today, approving the programme of work for its 2022 session. 3 November 2021 GA/DIS/3678 First Committee Approves 60 Texts, Rejects 1, with Delegates Differing over Weapons of Mass Destruction, as Action Phase Concludes The First Committee (Disarmament and International Security) took action on 61 draft resolutions and draft decisions today — approving 60 and rejecting 1 — as delegates expressed divergent views on weapons of mass destruction, while reaching consensus on a text addressing information and telecommunications in the context of international security. 2 November 2021 GA/DIS/3677 First Committee Approves 8 Drafts, Continuing Action Phase, as Delegates Differ over Definition of Legitimate Arms Control Treaties Delegates expressed differences over what constitutes legitimate arms control treaties, as the First Committee (Disarmament and International Security) approved seven draft resolutions and one draft decision as it concluded the penultimate day of the session’s action phase. 1 November 2021 GA/DIS/3676 Delegates Approve 5 Draft Resolutions, as First Committee Takes Action on Peaceful Use, Non-Weaponization of Outer Space, Chemical Weapons The First Committee (Disarmament and International Security) approved five draft resolutions today aimed at preventing an arms race in outer space today, as it continued the action phase of its session. 27 October 2021 GA/DIS/3675 Delegates Approve 25 Draft Resolutions, Decisions on Disarmament, Non-Proliferation Issues, as First Committee Begins Action Phase Reflecting continuing differences over how to rid the world of nuclear weapons and contain threats posed by other weapons of mass destruction, delegates voted on dozens of provisions today while approving 25 draft resolutions and decisions, including several new texts, as the First Committee (Disarmament and International Security) began its action phase. 21 October 2021 GA/DIS/3674 Illicit Arms Trafficking, Mainstreaming Gender Perspectives, Reviving Stalled Disarmament Machinery Top First Committee’s Final Interactive Debate High-ranking United Nations officials outlined progress today on a range of issues, including the illicit trade in small arms, integrating gender perspectives into the mainstream, and the need to revive the stalled disarmament machinery, as the First Committee (Disarmament and International Security) held its final virtual informal interactive dialogue. 18 October 2021 GA/DIS/3673 Delegates Propose New Programme of Action for Struggle against Threats to Cybersecurity, in First Committee Thematic Debate Tackling cybersecurity threats that continue to destabilize Governments, infrastructure and regions requires a new programme of action and the collective will to implement it, delegates said today, as the First Committee (Disarmament and International Security) held a daylong thematic debate on several agenda items. 15 October 2021 GA/DIS/3672 Possessor States Must Do Better on Nuclear‑Weapon‑Free Zones, Cyberspace, Small Arms, Delegates Tell First Committee Despite the regional cooperation evident in various areas of the disarmament agenda — including nuclear‑weapon‑free zones, cyberspace and small arms and light weapons — States in possession of the largest arsenals must urgently do better, delegates told the First Committee (Disarmament and International Security) today, during its second virtual meeting. 14 October 2021 GA/DIS/3671 Delegates Stress Need to Forge Convergence Out of Differences over Disarmament, Non-proliferation, as First Committee Concludes Thematic Debate Any new impetus for dialogue on disarmament and non‑proliferation must forge convergence out of the current differences among States with a view to advancing the goal of a safer world, free of nuclear weapons, delegates said today, as the First Committee (Disarmament and International Security) concluded its thematic debate on several agenda items. 13 October 2021 GA/DIS/3670 Delegates Highlight Disarmament Crisis Marked by Proliferating Weapons of Mass Destruction, Illicit Small Arms Trade, as First Committee Continues Debate Addressing a cluster of thematic issues, delegates painted a picture today of a world in disarmament crisis, from the proliferation of nuclear and other weapons of mass destruction to the rampant illicit trade in small arms and light weapons, as the First Committee (Disarmament and International Security) continued the thematic segment of its session. 12 October 2021 GA/DIS/3669 Delegates Call on Arms Manufacturing, Nuclear‑Weapon States to Reduce Production, Slash Stockpiles, as First Committee Concludes General Debate Against the backdrop of an eroding security architecture, delegates called today on arms‑manufacturing and nuclear‑weapon nations to rein in production, reduce stockpiles and adhere fully to their treaty commitments, as the First Committee (Disarmament and International Security) concluded its general debate and began the thematic segment of its session. 11 October 2021 GA/DIS/3668 Disarmament Efforts Stalling amid Emerging Arms Race, Upgrading of Nuclear Arsenals, Delegates Warn as First Committee Continues General Debate While the international disarmament machinery remains elemental in the pursuit of a world free of weapons of mass destruction, that effort is stalling in the face of unabated existential threats, delegates emphasized today, as the First Committee (Disarmament and International Security) entered the fifth day of its general debate. 8 October 2021 GA/DIS/3667 Cooperation, Multilateralism Must Replace Tensions, Division, Disarmament Chief Tells First Committee, Stressing Choice between ‘Breakdown or Breakthrough’ The world is at a point where cooperation and multilateralism must replace tensions and division, the High Representative for Disarmament Affairs said today, as the First Committee (Disarmament and International Security) convened the first of three virtual dialogues to be held during its seventy-sixth session. 7 October 2021 GA/DIS/3666 Use of Chemical, Biological Weapons Unacceptable in Any Context, Delegates Stress, as First Committee Continues General Debate Condemning the use of chemical and biological weapons as unacceptable under any context or circumstances, delegates urged all States to abide by critical existing international instruments for their regulation, as the First Committee (Disarmament and International Security) continued its general debate today. 6 October 2021 GA/DIS/3665 Nuclear-Weapon-Free States Demand Immediate End to Deterrence Policies, Start of Dismantling Atomic Arsenals, as First Committee Continues General Debate Calling for swift remedies to mend a fractured non-proliferation landscape, nuclear-weapon-free States demanded an immediate end to deterrence policies and the start of dismantling atomic arsenals, as the First Committee (Disarmament and International Security) moved into the third day of its general debate. 5 October 2021 GA/DIS/3664 Need for Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones More Urgent with Key Powers Racing to Boost Deadly Arsenals, Delegates Say, as General Debate Continues Creating nuclear-weapon-free zones is even more urgent as the major powers continue to develop arsenals that threaten the existence of humanity, delegates told the First Committee (Disarmament and International Security) today, as it continued its general debate. 4 October 2021 GA/DIS/3663 Delegates Voice Concern Over States Engaging in Arms Race Instead of Aiding Efforts to Contain COVID-19, as First Committee Begins General Debate Instead of racing to contain the coronavirus pandemic, a number of nations have entered a deadly arms race, delegates said today, as the First Committee (Disarmament and International Security) began its general debate. 30 September 2021 GA/DIS/3362 First Committee Approves Agenda, Programme of Work for Seventy-Sixth General Assembly Session, Elects Vice-Chair The First Committee (Disarmament and International Security) met for a brief organizational meeting today, approving its agenda and work programme for the seventy‑sixth session of the General Assembly. 30 September 2021 GA/DIS/3661* Omar Hilale (Morocco), Chair of First Committee Omar Hilale, Permanent Representative of Morocco to the United Nations, was elected Chair of the First Committee (Disarmament and International Security) on 7 June.   Page 1 ›› General Assembly Plenary First Committee Second Committee Third Committee Fourth Committee Fifth Committee Sixth Committee Peacebuilding Commission Disarmament Commission Committee on the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People Committee on Information Special Committee on Decolonization Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations Special Committee on the United Nations Charter Highlights Round-up of the Security Council's activities New York, Jan-Dec 2021 Main part of the 76th session of the General Assembly New York, Sep-Dec 2021 65th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women New York, 15-26 March 2021 Daily Noon Briefing 31 January 2022 In tsunami-hit Tonga, the United Nations continues to support the recovery, providing satellite phones for Government staff to communicate while the underground communications cable undergoes repairs.   (...) 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Content A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z   Albania The situation in Albania 1996-1999 In 1997 Albania and Italy reported to the Security Council the deteriorating security situation and disorder in Albania following the collapse of a pyramid investment scheme. (...) Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE) missions in Kosovo, Sandzak and Vojvodina, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro) 1993-1995 In August 1993, the Security Council met to discuss the decision of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro) to no longer allow the Council for Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE) missions in Kosovo, Sandzak and Vojvodina to continue operating. (...) ALL AGENDA ITEMS Africa Americas Asia Europe Middle East Thematic Items Studies by Agenda Item in Repertoire supplements KEY INFORMATION Field Missions Dashboard   Women and Peace and Security   Children and Armed Conflict   Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflict   Security Council Membership Dashboard     Subsidiary Organs Chairs and Vice-Chairs                                                   +  See all data KEY DOCUMENTS Charter of the United Nations Provisional Rules of Procedure of the Security Council Note on Security Council Practice (S/2017/507) Highlights of Security Council Practice Summary statements by the Secretary-General of matters of which the Security Council is seized Facebook Twitter YouTube Flickr UN Social Media UNITED NATIONS A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 297286.3 - https://www.un.org/securitycouncil/content/repertoire/europe
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