Recommendations for Member States In anticipation of the upcoming sessions of the Open-Ended Working Group on security of and in the use of information and communications technologies 2021-2025 (OEWG II)
The CyberPeace Institute calls upon all actors to spare civilians, civilian objects and infrastructure which are ensuring the delivery of essential services in line with commitments, norms and international humanitarian
The cyberattack in Ukraine on the 14th of January reportedly affecting government websites, nonprofits and information technology organizations is a stark reminder of the risks to cyberpeace. Whilst the full extent
CyberPeace Institute is committed to working with humanitarian NGOs to call for collective action against cyber threats and attacks. A cyberattack against computer servers hosting information of the International Committee of
The first substantive meeting of the Open-Ended Working Group¹ (OEWG) on security of and in the use of information and communications technologies (2021-2025) will take place on 13-17 December 2021. The
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