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== <strong>Welcome to TC CYBER Wiki</strong> ==
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The TC CYBER Wiki contains public information related to the Technical Committee work.
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=== Global Cyber Security Ecosystem ===
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The Global Cyber Security Ecosystem page provides a structured overview of cyber security work occurring in multiple other technical forums worldwide. The overview includes global identification of Cyber Security Centres of Excellence, heritage sites, historical collections, and reference libraries. It is intended to be continuously updated to account for the dynamics of the sector.
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=== TC CYBER Roadmap ===
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TC CYBER work is split across 9 key areas: understanding the cybersecurity ecosystem, IoT security and privacy, cybersecurity for critical national infrastructures, protection of personal data and communication, enterprise and individual cybersecurity, cybersecurity tools, support to EU legislation, forensics, and quantum-safe cryptography. You can find out more about each area on the [[Roadmap|Roadmap page]].
  
 
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Revision as of 12:00, 10 March 2020

Welcome to TC CYBER Wiki

The TC CYBER Wiki contains public information related to the Technical Committee work.

Global Cyber Security Ecosystem

The Global Cyber Security Ecosystem page provides a structured overview of cyber security work occurring in multiple other technical forums worldwide. The overview includes global identification of Cyber Security Centres of Excellence, heritage sites, historical collections, and reference libraries. It is intended to be continuously updated to account for the dynamics of the sector.

TC CYBER Roadmap

TC CYBER work is split across 9 key areas: understanding the cybersecurity ecosystem, IoT security and privacy, cybersecurity for critical national infrastructures, protection of personal data and communication, enterprise and individual cybersecurity, cybersecurity tools, support to EU legislation, forensics, and quantum-safe cryptography. You can find out more about each area on the Roadmap page.

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