- Global Good Practices - Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure (CVD)
Enact and enforce a comprehensive set of laws relating to cybercrime in line with existing international standards and that allow for effective international cooperation.
Nations in a region or the same language-group could form judicial expert groups. These groups may utilize international instruments such as the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime in combination with regional or multilateral principles, conventions and directives in developing a national and/or regional legal and regulatory cyber security or computer security framework.
The global community should actively disseminate practices and experiences on maintaining, modernizing and harmonizing legal and regulatory frameworks to effectively deter cyber risk and enable chances for economic development. This requires leveraging expertise from government, academia, non-profit organizations and the private sector to identify and agree upon base-line criminal and procedural law and regulations.