On September 17, in Bishkek, an expert meeting was held on the topic: “How to measure vulnerability to corruption in the telecommunications industry at the country level?” with the participation of the expert community, representatives of government agencies, civil society, the media and other stakeholders.
The event was organized by Public Foundation Civic Initiative of Internet Policy and the Promotank consulting company.
The main objective of the expert meeting was the presentation and discussion of the pilot Eurasian Telecommunications Management Index, which was first developed with the participation of an international group of experts from six countries of Central Asia and the Caucasus. The index is designed to complement important gaps in understanding the close relationship between cases of major corruption in the telecommunications industry, with a focus on the mobile services segment, and individual parameters of government and country climate in these areas.
For the first time, the index assesses, from an objective, quantitative point of view, the current situation in six countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan). This allows all interested parties to visually see the existing restrictions and gaps in the prevention of corruption practices in the communications industry, and to make the necessary efforts to improve the country climate.
The event provided key findings and recommendations from the index compilation, as well as additional information, including the index methodology, the regional overview report, and country reports.
On December 14, 2018, Public Foundation Civic Initiative of Internet Policy held a training course on the issues of forensics (computer forensics), digital evidence fixing, cybercrime investigations.
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Experts together with deputies of the Jogorku Kenesh of the Kyrgyz Republic, representatives of state bodies, as well as international organizations and the diplomatic corps are expected to