Diana Kelley’s interview with Stéphane Duguin, CEO of the CyberPeace Institute and Adrien Ogée, COO of the CyberPeace Institute
Diana Kelley: Welcome to “My Cyber Why”! — a glimpse into the life and work of experts from around the world who have dedicated themselves to protecting cyberspace. There’s no shortage of scary headlines about the latest hacks and malware releases. But what doesn’t make the headlines are the inspiring stories of the people who work every day to make the cyber world a safer place. These are their stories and cybersecurity is their passion.
In each episode guests answer four questions:
1. Who are you?
2. What do you do in cyber?
3. Why do you do it?
4. How can people get involved or learn more?
Today’s guests are Stéphane Duguin, Chief Executive Officer & Adrien Ogée, Chief Operating Officer of the CyberPeace Institute (CPI).
Through assistance, accountability, and advancement CPI enhances the stability of cyberspace. They support vulnerable communities, analyse attacks collaboratively, and advance responsible behavior. The CyberPeace Institute decreases the harms of escalating cyber conflict to realize the promise of the digital era for people all over the world.
Let’s dive into the CPI #MyCyberWhy!
[0:41] Welcome Stéphane![1:05] Welcome Adrien!
[1:26] Who is Stéphane? French cop, writer, and geek.
[2:58] Who is Adrien? French and Brazilian, dad, sports enthusiast, and avid learner.
[4:24] As COO, Adrien leads a team that provides cybersecurity assistance to vulnerable populations.
[4:58] Make a difference.
[6:03] Common drive to achieve peace in the cyberspace. CPI’s mission.
[7:01] Look from a different lens: human space
[8:23] Building the Institute!
[8:49] Assist, investigate, and report at the focus of humans.
[9:30] Stéphane’s cyber why
[10:10] Next-generation should have better internet
[11:04] What can we do to make the change?
[11:43] Adrien’s cyber why
[12:26] CPI is a global organization
[13:00] Cyber is a new land to explore
[15:50] Everyone can have a role to help achieve cyber peace by having individual responsibility.
[19:13] Hold family members accountable
[20:08] Create and/or participate in cyber crisis exercises
[21:37] Thank you!
Thanks for listening!
Diana Kelley, SecurityCurve
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SecurityCurve is an independent IT research and consulting company founded by Diana Kelley and Ed Moyle.
The CyberPeace Institute is an independent, non-profit organization with the mission to enhance the stability of cyberspace. It does so by supporting vulnerable communities, analysing attacks collaboratively, and advancing responsible behaviour in cyberspace.
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