Humanitarian organizations provide critical services to those most in need of assistance, especially people living in areas of conflict or natural disaster. These organizations are also frequent targets of cyberattacks
How the European Commission’s Draft Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive can contribute to curbing the negative consequences of use of spyware. The use of spyware and surveillance tools, the associated
Two years ago, the CyberPeace Institute began to systematically document cyberattacks that have disrupted healthcare services globally. The scale and impact of these attacks have been made public via the
The ongoing armed conflict in Ukraine continues to cause enormous suffering for the civilian population. The CyberPeace Institute welcomes the talks on Recovery and underscores that the socio-economic development of
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