Who We Are

Like you, we are citizens who seek peace and justice in cyberspace. Funded and supported by those who share our vision, we are a non-profit organization based in Geneva, Switzerland, independent of any political ideology, economic interest or religion. No one – individuals, industries or state actors – is beyond scrutiny. We are a driving force for accountability in cyberspace, for everyone, everywhere.

Assistance

We deliver and accelerate assistance at scale to the victims of cyberattacks. We help them increase their digital resilience and their capacity to respond to and recover from cyberattacks.

Analysis

We perform, facilitate, and coordinate collective and collaborative analysis, research and investigation into sophisticated cyberattacks. We close the accountability gap.

Advancement

We advance the role of international law and norms governing the behavior of state and non-state actors in cyberspace.

Foresight and Capacity Building

We analyze global cyber challenges and we forecast and investigate opportunities, risks and threats associated with emerging and disruptive technologies.

“As the Internet is the sum of all knowledge, we are the sum of our network.
We mobilize a global and diverse community to achieve peace in cyberspace.”
Stéphane Duguin, CEO, CyberPeace Institute

Meet the Team

Cyberspace knows no borders. Neither do we. We are professionals from different backgrounds with a wide range of expertise from inside and outside the cyber industry, and diversity, equity and inclusion are embedded in our collective vision for cyberpeace. 

OUR PEOPLE

President

Marietje Schaake

PRESIDENT

Stéphane Duguin

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Francesca Bosco

SENIOR ADVISOR ON CAPACITY BUILDING AND FORESIGHT

Jeannie Cointre

FINANCE AND FUNDRAISING MANAGER

Elisa Evesque

DIGITAL CONTENT PRODUCER

Bruno Halopeau

CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER

Tiina Joosu-Palu

LEAD, SOCIAL MEDIA AND DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS

Fabien Leimgruber

CYBER VOLUNTEERS MANAGER

Adrien Ogée

CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER

Coralie Romet

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT

Loqman Salamatian

CASE ANALYST

IT TAKES A COALITION TO PROTECT A NETWORK

Meet Our Boards

The people leading the way to cyberpeace

EXECUTIVE BOARD

Khoo Boon Hui

FORMER PRESIDENT, INTERPOL

Alejandro Becerra Gonzalez

GLOBAL INFORMATION SECURITY DIRECTOR, TELEFONICA

Merle Maigre

SENIOR CYBER SECURITY EXPERT, E-GOVERNANCE ACADEMY

Alexander Niejelow

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT CYBERSECURITY COORDINATION AND ADVOCACY, MASTERCARD

Anne-Marie Slaughter

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, NEW AMERICA

Brad Smith

PRESIDENT, MICROSOFT

Eli Sugarman

DIRECTOR, CYBER INITIATIVE, WILLIAM AND FLORA HEWLETT FOUNDATION

Martin Vetterli

PRESIDENT, EPFL

ADVISORY BOARD

Sunil Abraham

FORMER EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, CENTRE FOR INTERNET AND SOCIETY

Cheryl Carolus

CO-FOUNDER, PEOTONA CAPITAL

Ron Deibert

DIRECTOR, THE CITIZEN LAB

Niva Elkin-Koren

FOUNDING DIRECTOR, HAIFA CENTER FOR LAW AND TECHNOLOGY; CO-DIRECTOR, CENTER FOR CYBER, LAW AND POLICY

Jen Ellis

VICE-PRESIDENT COMMUNITY AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS, RAPID7

Camille François

CHIEF INNOVATION OFFICER AT GRAPHIKA

Vasu Gounden

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, AFRICAN CENTRE FOR THE CONSTRUCTIVE RESOLUTION OF DISPUTES

Fergus Hanson

DIRECTOR OF INTERNATIONAL CYBER POLICY CENTRE, AUSTRALIAN STRATEGIC POLICY INSTITUTE

Chung Min Lee

CHAIRMAN OF THE ADVISORY COUNCIL, INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR STRATEGIC STUDIES

Joseph S. Nye Jr.

UNIVERSITY DISTINGUISHED SERVICE PROFESSOR, EMERITUS AND FORMER DEAN, HARVARD'S KENNEDY SCHOOL OF GOVERNMENT

Luisa Parraguez Kobek

GLOBAL AFFAIRS AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY PROFESSOR, TECNOLÓGICO DE MONTERREY

Michael Schmitt

PROFESSOR OF INTERNATIONAL LAW, UNIVERSITY OF READING

Jamie Shea

PROFESSOR OF STRATEGY AND SECURITY, UNIVERSITY OF EXETER

Luis Videgaray Caso

SENIOR LECTURER AT MIT AND FORMER MEXICAN SECRETARY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

Danny Sriskandarajah

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, OXFAM GB

Our Core Principles

NEUTRALITY

Neutrality

The Institute supports the stability and security of cyberspace rather than the interests of individual actors. As such, it complies with applicable legal frameworks and does not discriminate against cyberattack victims based on their geographic location, philosophical, political or religious beliefs, nationality, race, social status, gender and sexual identity, or disabilities.

IMPACT

Impact

The Institute reduces the frequency, harm, and scale of cyberattacks by calling for greater restraint in their use, increases accountability for attacks that occur, and enhances capabilities to prevent and recover from attacks.

INTEGRITY

Integrity

The Institute’s work and interactions with the cybersecurity community and victims of cyberattacks reflects the highest ethical and analytical standards.

INDEPENDENCE

Independence

The Institute operates strictly in pursuit of its purpose, free from the direction or control of any other actors, including states, industry, and other organizations.

TRANSPARENCY

Transparency

The Institute is transparent about its own operations, methodologies, and in executing its mission.

INCLUSIVENESS

Inclusiveness

The Institute is inclusive and collaborative in its approach, cooperating and supporting existing synergistic efforts.