Geneva, Switzerland, 16 June 2022 – A new publicly available resource, the ‘Cyber Attacks in Times of Conflict Platform #Ukraine’, provides insights on how cyberattacks and operations, since the invasion
Cybersecurity Tech Accord and CyberPeace Institute publish the Multistakeholder Manifesto on Cybercrime in all six UN languages to ensure accessibility ahead of upcoming UN cybercrime negotiations. In January 2022, United
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
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