Cybersecurity reporting: Human-centric messaging & your guide to cyber hygiene
Reporting on cyberattacks has consequences for all levels of society. Decision-makers, members of the public and industry experts are counting on civil society – such as, independent journalists, watchdogs, and newsrooms – to help explain complex cyber issues and the relevance for people’s lives and livelihoods. To contribute to this endeavour, the CyberPeace Institute is facilitating a series of workshops – the first on ransomware – to share knowledge and expertise and identify insights to strengthen human-centric reporting.
This first part of the workshop is a deep-dive opportunity to engage with peers and industry experts highlighting the human-centric approach when reporting on ransomware, insights on current reporting following cyberattacks, providing practical knowledge and skills in relation to ransomware cases and participate in cyber hygiene training.
The second part of the workshop will provide free and effective training and tools to protect data, sources and reputation by industry experts from within the CyberPeace Institute and our partner community. This is an opportunity to increase the cybersecurity posture of journalists and direct them to resources to continue to strengthen their cybersecurity.
In this workshop, the CyberPeace Institute and the Global Cyber Alliance, in collaboration with Swissnex in Boston and New York, are joining forces to promote cybersecurity and to ensure that we include a human-centric perspective when reporting on cyberattacks.
Please submit your registration deadline below or contact Lucy JAY-KENNEDY, Digital Communications Officer by email: ljaykennedy(at)cyberpeaceinstitute.org if you require further details.
R.S.V.P deadline Monday 25 October 12:00 noon CEST.