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Cybercrime and the Digital Economy in the GCC Countries

Cybercrime and the Digital Economy in the GCC Countries

Published on: March 2017​ Genre: Security and Terrorism|Smart Government|Workshop​ Category: Future Government and Innovation​
This document summarizes the discussions that took place during the ‘Cybercrime and the Digital Economy in the GCC Countries’ workshop on 26 March 2017 in Dubai, UAE. The workshop was co-hosted by the International Security Department at Chatham House and the Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government (MBRSG). Participants included regional and international academics, researchers, practitioners and government experts.

The workshop assessed cybercrime legislation in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries, and the impact of such legislation on the digital economy. It aimed to draw conclusions and recommendations on how to enhance legal frameworks in the region in order to effectively fight cybercrime and mitigate its impact on digital infrastructure and economic prosperity.

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