Current OECD work on digital security includes three workstreams building on the findings from the first event of the Global Forum on Digital Security for Prosperity, which focused on the roles and responsibilities of actors for digital security.
These legal instruments provide international standards in the area of digital security policy.
Policy responses to COVID-19
The OECD has developed several reports on digital security measurement, including a framework and a set of statistical indicators that can be used to assess the digital security risk management practices of businesses as well as guidance to improve the international comparability of computer security incident response team (CSIRT) statistics.
This chapter of the 2020 report Going Digital in Brazil includes an overview and analysis of Brazil’s digital security policies, as well as recommendations in this area.
This chapter in OECD Reviews of Digital Transformation: Going Digital in Sweden provides an overarching description and analysis of digital security policy in the country. Sweden’s 2017 National Cybersecurity Strategy aims to better integrate digital security policy within the broader digital transformation agenda and marks a positive turning point towards a more holistic approach to digital security.
This 2012 report analysed the latest generation of national cybersecurity strategies in ten countries and identified commonalities and differences.
The full text of the contribution of non-governmental stakeholders to this work is also available.
Malware and botnets
Digital identity and electronic authentication
Enhancing the digital security of critical activities, Going Digital Toolkit policy note (2021)
Managing digital security and privacy risk, background report for the OECD Ministerial on the Digital Economy (2016)