Access Partnership’s Coalition for Cybersecurity in Asia-Pacific (CCAPAC) has published a new report examining critical information infrastructure and how to regulate it through a risk-based approach.
Digital transformation has been a key agenda for many governments’ modernisation efforts. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been an acceleration of effort to ensure that critical infrastructure and information services which serve them are able to continue running in the event of another global catastrophe and remain resilient against disruption.
CCAPAC launched its 2023 report on Risk-Based Protection of Critical Information Infrastructure that aims to act as a guide for policymakers to better understand how to develop a strong risk-based approach towards regulating critical information infrastructure. The report reviews the definition of critical information infrastructure, assesses examples of regulatory approaches, and identifies principles and recommendations to consider in approaching regulations proportionately and effectively.
About the Coalition for Cybersecurity in Asia-Pacific:
CCAPAC is a group of dedicated industry stakeholders who are working to positively shape the cybersecurity environment in Asia through policy analysis, engagement, and capacity building. The coalition comprises of Amazon Web Services, Becton Dickinson, Cisco Systems, MasterCard, and Qualcomm. Access Partnership is the secretariat for CCAPAC.
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