The Datasphere Initiative is pleased to announce that the CyberPeace Institute has joined as an Institutional Partner. The organizations will work together to highlight how the issues, challenges, and opportunities in cyberspace impact efforts to responsibly unlock the value of data for all.
The CyberPeace Institute is an independent and neutral nongovernmental organization whose mission is to ensure the rights of people to security, dignity, and equity in cyberspace. The Institute works in close collaboration with partners to reduce the harms from cyberattacks on people’s lives worldwide. By analyzing cyberattacks, the Institute exposes their societal impact, how international laws and norms are being violated, and advances responsible behavior to enforce cyberpeace.
“We are very happy to welcome the CyberPeace Institute as an Institutional Partner. Cybersecurity and online safety are core pillars of our vision of a collaboratively governed Datasphere and we look forward to working with the team on areas of mutual relevance” said Martin Hullin, Deputy Executive Director, Datasphere Initiative.
The Chief Executive Officer of the CyberPeace Institute, Stéphane Duguin, recently joined the Datasphere Initiative Board of Trustees where he sits alongside, Anne Carblanc and Michael Kende.
“With the pace of acceleration of digitization, we need innovative approaches to data governance. It’s just a fact, and the Datasphere Initiative is one of the few ambitious fora to design solutions to these challenges. The CyberPeace Institute is pleased to welcome this new organization to the International Geneva.” said Stéphane Duguin, Chief Executive Officer, CyberPeace Institute.