Following Russia’s recent invasion of the territory of Ukraine, on 26 February 2022, Ukraine’s Minister of Digital Transformation announced the creation of a government-led volunteer cyber army. His call, unique
CyberPeace Institute is committed to working with humanitarian NGOs to call for collective action against cyber threats and attacks. A cyberattack against computer servers hosting information of the International Committee of
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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
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