As the global community continued to face challenges related to cybercrime and cybersecurity, the inter-agency mechanisms continued to address the impact of these challenges. Within the UN system, internal coordination efforts related to cybersecurity deepened in 2014 with both High-Level Committees of the CEB agreeing to take specific steps to ensure a secure internal technology environment. UN system organizations agreed to coordinate activities in areas such as coping with cyberthreats and avoiding duplication of cybersecurity activities. For example, organizations are working together to share information on threats to their internal technology environments and establish common cybersecurity awareness training programmes. In addition, recognizing that cyberthreats can adversely affect development efforts, organizations of the UN system agreed to become better prepared to integrate cybersecurity and cybercrime actions into UN development programmes, as appropriate, as well as strengthen inter-agency coordination activities, especially through the United Nations Group on the Information Society.