Stakeholder Adoption

The GCSCC has actively socialised the CMM across sectors, to drive conversation around cybersecurity capacity and to help improve global technology. The resulting adoption of the model by various stakeholders demonstrates the positive impact that our research is having by supporting government self-assessments and informing strategy, investment and capacity building:
Completion of more than 135 CMM deployments in over 90 countries working with national governments, international organisations, and development partners:
  • cooperation with the Organization of American States (OAS) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) on two regional studies (2016 and 2020);
  • collaboration with the World Bank and the Korean Internet & Security Agency (KISA) on their Global Cybersecurity Capacity Programs Phase I and Phase II;
  • cooperation with World Bank and their National Cybersecurity Capacity (CMM) Reviews for the Commonwealth as well as in the ECOWAS member states and other African countries;
  • collaboration with the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation (CTO) on Cybersecurity Capacity Building in the Commonwealth;
  • collaboration of our Global Constellation partners OCSC and C3SA with the Asia-Pacific Telecommunity, the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), and the World Bank for conducting assessments in the Pacific and Africa;
  • cooperation with GIZ on a CMM review in Tunisia;
  • collaborating with the World Bank and FCDO in conducting cybersecurity asssessment reviews as part of the outcomes of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in London(CHOGM);
  • collaborating with the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) in conducting a CMM in Cambodia.