Cybersecurity highlighted in the Commonwealth Cyber Declaration
Among the outcomes of the Commonwealth Summit, held in April in London, is the Commonwealth Cyber Declaration. The Commonwealth reflects the diversity of global community including, small and big countries, developed and developing countries. The declaration shows the importance of the ‘UN trinity’ – security, development, and human rights. It focuses heavily on cybersecurity, followed by development and economy, and human rights aspects. It anchors cyber policy in national environments while introducing some new conceptual for international cooperation such as voluntary review of national cybersecurity.