"Gender Approaches to Cybersecurity" explores how gender norms shape specific activities pertaining to cybersecurity design, defence and response. In each of these three pillars, the research identifies distinct dimensions of cyber-related activities that have gendered implications and, thus, need to be considered from a gender perspective. The report proposes recommendations for the incorporation of gender considerations throughout international cybersecurity policy and practice, so as to ensure that cybersecurity improves the security of people of all gender identities and expressions, as well as international peace and security. The ultimate conclusion is that these two levels of security cannot be separated.
Citation: Katharine Miller, James Shires and Tatiana Tropina (2021) "Gender Approaches to Cybersecurity", UNIDIR, Geneva. https://doi.org/10.37559/GEN/21/01
Teaser: Design, Defence and Response