Letters from the Future: A World at Cyberpeace

CyberPeace Institute

In the highly connected world, billions of human beings depend on digital space to learn, do business, communicate, build communities, access essential services, and enjoy their fundamental rights and freedoms. When cyberattacks are conducted, humans suffer, not devices or networks. A year ago, the CyberPeace Institute was established to remind the world that digital space is human space. It is our mission to ensure that people’s right to security, dignity and equity is ensured in cyberspace. It is our mission to enforce cyberpeace.  

CyberPeace Institute’s 1st Annual Meeting brought together industry experts and visionaries to share their vision for a peaceful, safe and empowering cyberspace.

Join Catherine Adeya, Director of Research, World Wide Web Foundation; Beatrice Fihn, Executive Director, International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, Nobel Peace Prize laureate; Fabrizio Hochschild, Special Adviser to the UN Secretary-General ; Latha Reddy, Co-Chair of the Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace, and Brad Smith, President, Microsoft and many others to explore the path towards cyberpeace.

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