Marietje Schaake, President of the CyberPeace Institute argues that commercially available hacking, intrusion and exfiltration systems are making cyberspace unstable and unsafe for the people connected to it. Prevention of
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.
Marietje Schaake, President of the CyberPeace Institute and Philip Reitinger, President and CEO of the Global Cyber Alliance call for global cooperation to enhance internet security and privacy rights for everyone.
CyberPeace Podcast: To mark the International Day of Peace, Stéphane Duguin, CEO of the CyberPeace Institute, facilitated a discussion with Beatrice Fihn, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and Nick Kelly, podcast host.
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