1. Budapest Convention on Cybercrime: The first international treaty that deals specifically with cybersecurity threats, the Budapest Convention outlines laws and guidelines for cybercrime investigation and prosecution.
2. General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): Implemented by the European Union in 2018, GDPR provides guidelines on how companies can collect, store, and process personal data.
3. Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA): Enacted by the United States Congress in 2015, CISA encourages the sharing of cyber threat intelligence between private companies and government agencies.
4. Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace: Signed by over 500 organizations and countries, the Paris Call calls for international cooperation to protect against cyberthreats and promotes responsible behavior online.
5. The G7 Guidelines for Achieving a Cyber-secure World: Developed by the Group of 7 industrialized nations, the guidelines provide recommended frameworks for managing cybersecurity risks.
6. NIST Cybersecurity Framework: Developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology in the United States, the framework provides guidelines on cybersecurity risk management for critical infrastructure.
7. UN General Assembly Resolution on Cybercrime: Adopted in 2010, the resolution calls for countries to work together to develop laws and policies to address cybercrime.
8. Directive on Security of Network and Information Systems (NIS Directive): Implemented by the European Union in 2016, the NIS Directive sets cybersecurity requirements for providers of essential services and digital services.
9. Joint EU-U.S. Statement on Cybersecurity and Cybercrime: Issued in 2010, the statement established a framework for cooperation between the European Union and the United States on cybersecurity issues.
10. Worldwide Cybersecurity Initiative: Launched by the World Economic Forum in 2018, the initiative aims to create global collaborations to counter cyber threats and build the cybersecurity workforce.