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Global panel puts together toolbox to stabilize cybersecurity worldwide

“The rise of offensive cyber operations risks undermining the peaceful use of cyberspace to facilitate the economic growth and the expansion of individual freedoms,” says Louk Faesen, project manager of the GCSC Secretariat. “Cyberspace is becoming an increasingly exploited resource that few feel compelled to take responsibility for, leading to

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Internet Governance Outlook 2017: Nationalistic Hierarchies vs. Multistakeholder Networks?

"Two events, which made headlines in the digital world in 2016, will probably frame the Internet Governance Agenda for 2017. October 1, 2016, the US government confirmed the IANA Stewardship transition to the global multistakeholder community. November 2, 2016, the Chinese government announced the adoption of a new cybersecurity law

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Companies Increasingly Face Nation-State Cyberattacks

Nation-state attacks on corporate assets used to be infrequent, but now companies sometimes feel like they are on the front lines of a cyberwar, panelists at the Global Cyberspace Cooperation Summit at the University of California, Berkeley said. Even though cybersecurity defense can distract companies from their primary missions, planning

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Meet the Estonian Woman Shaping International Cybersecurity Policy

Back in 1991, when Marina Kaljurand was new to Estonia’s recently established foreign ministry, very few people had heard of the Internet. So it seems improbable that, just over a quarter of a century later, she would be charged with leading a global commission to ensure a stable future for

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GCSC Panel at the EWI Cyber Summit

Watch the GCSC panel at the 2017 EWI Global Cyberspace Cooperation Summit

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Marina Kaljurand on hack against Yahoo

Commissioner in the News Marina Kaljurand speaks with Thomas Lee of the San Francisco Chronicle about the hack against Yahoo and the need for regulating cyber operations. Read more: http://www.sfchronicle.com/business/article/Russia-s-hack-against-Yahoo-show-need-for-11005014.php    

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Joseph Nye: “A normative approach to preventing cyberwarfare”

Commissioner in the News Read Joseph Nye Nye's article on "A normative approach to preventing cyberwarfare" here: http://www.azernews.az/analysis/110166.html  

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Launch of Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace

First organization of its kind dedicated to developing norms and policies to improve cyberspace stability and security MUNICH, Feb 18, 2017 - The Kingdom of the Netherlands, together with The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies (HCSS) and the EastWest Institute (EWI) today announced the establishment of the Global Commission on the

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Michael Chertoff speaks with Deutsche Welle about the need for global rules for cyberspace

Michael Chertoff speaks with Deutsche Welle

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The Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace

Launched by two independent global think-tanks, The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies (HCSS) and the EastWest Institute, the Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace will develop proposals for norms and policies to enhance international security and stability and guide responsible state and non-state behavior in cyberspace. The GCSC will

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Munich Security Conference 2016

The Netherlands Minister of Foreign Affairs Bert Koenders announced at the Munich Security Conference (MSC) the intention of his government to support the establishment of a Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace (GCSC). Speaking at a breakfast meeting on "cyber norms" hosted by MSC and the East-West Institute, Koenders

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Launch of the Commission at the 2017 Munich Security Conference

The Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace (@theGCSC) will be launched by Dutch Foreign Minister, Bert Koenders, en marge of the 2017 Munich Security Conference on 18 and 19 February. The Commission and its Chairs will be presented to the public and set out its mission, structure, and core

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