The Prague Proposals on Cyber Security of Emerging and Disruptive Technologies (EDTs) were introduced at the Prague 5G Security Conference in 2021. They build on the Prague Proposals 2019 by promoting strategic thinking about security of emerging and disruptive technologies in the context of national security. The purpose of this document is to draw attention to the risk profiles and threat landscape of EDTs and provide guidance which governments should consider when developing, building, deploying, managing, governing, or acquiring current and future EDTs to safeguard their citizens‘ data, rights, freedom and security.
The Prague Proposals on Telecommunications Supplier Diversity, also introduced at the Prague 5G Security Conference in 2021, are a set of proposals, which are intended to guide efforts to advance and promote supplier diversity and open and interoperable networks. Open and interoperable telecoms networks support supplier diversity, contributing to supply chain resilience and more secure, transparent, and reliable infrastructure.
The Prague Proposals were endorsed during the first Prague 5G Security Conference in May 2019. The Prague Proposals is a set of recommendations on both technical and non-technical risks that States should consider when planning, building, launching and operating their 5G infrastructure. As the first document of its kind, the Prague Proposals subsequently served as a blueprint for other nations in their approach to 5G security. The reference to Prague Proposals can also be found in several bilateral agreements and international initiatives that have been adopted from 2019 to 2021, including in the G7 Digital and Technology Ministerial Declaration.