Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC)
Last Updated: November 2018
Policy
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Structure
Specialized Agencies
OIC-CERT
OIC-CERT
• Members: Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Brunei, Côte d'Ivoire, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Libya, Malaysia, Morocco, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, Tunisia, Turkey, UAE, UK, US, Uzbekistan, Yemen;
• Mandated to collaborate with national CERTs and provide support and respond to computer security incidents;
• Affiliated institution status, enabling it to undertake activities aimed at achieving security and cooperation in the area of information technology.
18-20 June 2008
Information Technology Department
OIC
Aims, inter alia, to:
• Provide security and continuity of the IT environment, ensuring the integrity, privacy and availability of information;
• Provide a solid foundation of IT infrastructure that supports and adapts to the needs of the OIC and is continuously improved.
iIn progress) Cyber Security Center
OIC
Cyber Security Center to combat cyberterrorism: address concern about the emergence of ever-evolving new patterns and trend in international terrorism and violent extremism, particularly cyber terrorism and crminality on and via cyberspace.
7 November 2017 (reported on)
Key Positions
Head of Information Technology Department
OIC
Legislation
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Cooperation
Meetings
OIC-CERT Annual Conference (9th)
OIC-CERT
OIC-CERT Annual Conference 2018's theme: Cyber Threats to the Public: Social Networks and Mobile Apps
2018
Activities
OIC-CERT Journal of Cyber Security
OIC-CERT
Publishes papers from a wide variety of cyber security disciplines range from the technical field, such as engineering, computer science, or information systems, to the non-technical descriptions of technology and management from the point of view of cyber security fundamentals and applications