The sale and misuse of spyware have raised questions about serious infringements of fundamental rights and lack of accountability. The Pegasus Project, a collaborative media investigation conducted by Amnesty International
Philanthropy has a crucial role to play in supporting societies around the world to solve pressing cyber challenges and in ensuring cyberpeace. Stéphane Duguin, CEO, CyberPeace Institute, together with more
Geneva, Switzerland, April 08, 2021 – The CyberPeace Institute and Cylera, the leading healthcare IoT (HIoT) cybersecurity and threat intelligence company, announced today a partnership for the Cyber 4 Healthcare initiative,
Summary of Key Findings and Recommendations of the report “Playing with Lives: Attacking Healthcare is Attacking People”. Online threat to healthcare is not a new phenomenon. The global COVID-10 pandemic
Geneva, 9 March 2021 – The CyberPeace Institute launches its first strategic analysis report “Playing with Lives: Cyberattacks on Healthcare are Attacks on People”. The report calls governments to remove
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