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United Nations General Assembly, Creation of a global culture of cybersecurity and taking stock of national efforts to protect critical information infrastructures (Resolution 64/211) (Mar. 17, 2010) (full-text).

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This Resolution invites Member States to use, if and when they deem appropriate, the annexed voluntary self-assessment tool for national efforts to protect critical information infrastructures in order to assist in assessing their efforts in this regard to strengthen their cybersecurity, to highlight areas for further action, with the goal of increasing the global culture of cybersecurity; encourages Member States and relevant regional and international organizations that have developed strategies to deal with cybersecurity and the protection of critical information infrastructures to share their best practices and measures that could assist other Member States in their efforts to facilitate the achievement of cybersecurity by providing such information to the Secretary-General for compilation and dissemination to Member States.

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