It is PROPOSED to establish cybersecurity standards among Turkic States.

01.06.2024

It is PROPOSED to establish cybersecurity standards among Turkic States.

The "III National Cyber Security Forum," dedicated to the “Green World Solidarity Year”, is being held.

The Association of Cybersecurity Organisations of Azerbaijan informs about this with reference to BizimMedia.

During the Forum, representatives from five Turkic states shared their experiences in the field of ensuring the security of critical information infrastructure in the panel titled "Experience of member countries of the Organization of Turkic States in ensuring the security of critical information infrastructure".

Davud Rustamov, head of the Cybersecurity Operations Center of the State Security Service of the Republic of Azerbaijan, proposed during his speech to increase the role of women in the IT sector in Turkic states, just as it is being done in Azerbaijan:

“Ulduza Kalilova, the founder and director of "Digital Umbrella," stated that women have achieved significant success in the field of IT in Azerbaijan in terms of gender equality. We also observe this in our activities. This movement is globally present and evolving in other countries as well. Therefore, based on the numbers highlighted by Ms. Khalilova, I consider it essential to take advantage of the opportunity and advocate for women's organisation in this field in Turkic states as well.”

Mahmut Esat Yıldırım, head of  department at CERT (USOM) of the Republic of Turkey, who spoke at the panel, suggested defining cybersecurity standards among Turkic States.

Later, Ulykbek Shambulov, Deputy Chairman of the Board of the JSC State Technical Service of the Republic of Kazakhstan, emphasized the importance of cooperation in the field of critical infrastructure.

Azam Gafurov, head of UzCERT department of the Ministry for Development of Information Technologies and Communications of the Republic of Uzbekistan, stated that cyber issues are not the problem for just one country only:

"Cyber threats are a problem of the global community. Neighboring countries should help one another to solve this problem."

Speaking at the panel, Kubanychbek Dzhumaev, Head of Response and Strategic Development Group CERT at the Coordination Center for Cybersecurity of the State Committee for National Security of Kyrgyz Republic, said that cybercrimes know no limits:

"In Kyrgyzstan, a draft law on cybersecurity is currently undergoing the stage of reading in the parliament."

The panel continued with engaging discussions.

It should be noted that, the "III National Cyber Security Forum," dedicated to the "Green World Solidarity Year", is being held in Baku. The event is organised by the Association of Cybersecurity Organisations of Azerbaijan (ACOA) in partnership with the "Azerconnect Group."

It should also be noted that Bizim.Media is the media partner of the III National Cybersecurity Forum.

 

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