We investigate the nexus between cyberattacks and proliferation of harmful content online, including disinformation. We consider that such a convergence creates unique risks to populations worldwide and increases the human impact of cyber threats on vulnerable communities.
Disinformation is information that is deliberately false, malicious, or misleading, with the intent to cause harm, deceive and undermine.
Proliferation of online harmful content is intended as modus operandi by which synthetic media online, including disinformation, facilitates crime or triggers the commitment of crime.
We analyse data and produce knowledge about the nexus between online harmful content and cyberattacks. We maintain a technological platform where like-minded entities can join us to investigate this threat.
Through releasing public datasets, we empower vulnerable communities to act. We share actionable knowledge and tools, to support communities to raise their voices, and assist people to stay away and protect themselves from harmful content and cyberattacks.
We use our analysis to inform regulatory processes and empower policy makers and regulators. We provide recommendations to all stakeholders to protect the most vulnerable populations against the proliferation of harmful content and cyberattacks.
We engage actively with a community of like-minded and willing, dedicated to helping investigate, tackle and prevent online harm globally. We engage with entities committed to build cyberpeace for everyone, everywhere.