Presentation on theme: "Philippine Cybercrime Efforts"— Presentation transcript:
1 Philippine Cybercrime Efforts Addressing the threat of cybercrime
2 Agenda Policy, Strategy, Plans and Programs Cybersecurity OrganizationsIssues and Concerns
3 “This National Cyber Security Plan shall be the cornerstone of the country’s Cyber Security Policy. It is a necessary instrument to guide us in creating a more secure and stable environment for our country’s growth”
4 Cybersecurity Strategy reinforces current policy and operational measures to reduce vulnerability in the cyberspace under Philippine jurisdiction;nurtures a culture of cyber security amongst users and critical sectors; andstrengthens self-reliance in terms of information security technologies and human resources.
5 CICT established the Cybersecurity Coordinator in order to address cyber related vulnerabilities and oversee the full implementation of the Cyber Security Plan
13 Cyber Crime Unit and Computer Forensic Labs Zamboanga CityGeneral Santos CityDavao City
14 Police Training Courses on Cyber Crime EnCase Intermediate Analysis and ReportingCyber Incident Response Train the TrainerCell Phone ForensicAdvance Computer ForensicInvestigation and Seizure of Digital EvidenceDigital Forensic Investigation
15 PNP-CIDG serves as:Asia Pacific Economic Countries (APEC) 24 x 7 Contact Person on Cyber CrimesInterpol Asia – South Pacific Working Party on Information Technology CrimesINTERPOL 24/7 Contact person on High Tech Crimes.
16 PNP partners in investigating cybercrimes: U.S. – High Technology Crime ConsortiumInternational – High Technology Crime Investigation AssociationsU.S – National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C)Asia – Pacific Computer Emergency Response Team (AP – CERT)Cyber Crime Technology Information Network system (CTINS)Asia Pacific Economic Countries (APEC)Interpol Asia – South Pacific Working Party on Information Technology CrimesINTERPOL
21 Child Online Protection create a safe IT environment for Childrenlaunch information campaign to the industry and government to take responsibility for making online and interactive technologies safe.
25 Issues that confront law enforcers: Non-cooperation from the Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and TelcosLack of computer forensic equipments and computer forensic applicationAbsence of computer literate judges and prosecutorsLack of specialized training for law enforcers to address cyber crimeThe existing cyber crime law is insufficient to cover the vast area of cyber crime
26 Strategic Issues and Concerns ON POLCY AND LEGAL REGIMEThere is still a need to pass / enact a law that shall institutionalize and empower the current initiatives or ad hoc organizationsThere is a need to increase the effort to educate the legislators, regulators and administrator in order to facilitate the passage of relevant policies, regulations and laws to address cybercrime
27 Strategic Issues and Concerns ON RESOURCE PLANNINGThere is a need to complement the policies with the necessary resources to implement such policies and ensure compliance among stakeholdersThere is a need to develop a technology research management capability in order to address the required innovation and adaptation
28 Strategic Issues and Concerns INCIDENT RESPONSEThere is still a need to standardize the policies, technical platforms, and operational procedures in order to facilitate the required information exchange between and among the incident respondersThere is a need to develop a education and certification mechanism in order to create a critical mass of local cyber security experts
29 Strategic Issues and Concerns CAPABILITY DEVELOPMENTThere is a need for the government to empower its human resources in order to become competitive based on industry standards in order for the government to acquire and maintain skilled required cyber specialists
30 Strategic Issues and Concerns ON EDUCATION AND INFORMATION CAMPAIGNThere is need to institutionalize and sustain the development, production, dissemination of related information materialsThere is a need to escalate to the relevant policy-making bodies the need for the adoption of global standards and its customization to local settings in addressing cybercrime such as, among others: EU Convention on Cybercrime; Interpol Cybercrime Manual.
31 Strategic Issues and Concerns PUBLIC AND PRIVATE COOPERATIONThere is a need to further establish a confidence building amongst the CII regulators and stakeholders in terms of sharing experiences in encountering and handling cyber incidents with an end view of comprehensively understand and assess the impact of cybercrime to the national economy and security.There is need to enhance the Public and Private sector partnership in inculcating the cyber security culture
32 End of PresentationCybersecurity : Addressing the threat of cybercrimeOffice of the National Cyber security Coordination
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