Newly-formed working groups will grow the community, improve supporters’ cybersecurity and further commitment to a peaceful cyberspace
CyberNB | CIPnet is pleased to join more than 375 organizations from 79 countries across the globe on the Paris Call. The Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace is a global initiative to come together to face the new threats endangering citizens and infrastructure. Working Groups give supporters of the Call the opportunity to engage in a concrete way, giving substance to the principles of the Call. CyberNB | CIPnet will join Working Group 6 on Concrete Tools for Supporters, initially focusing its work on the security of ICT products and services.
When the French Minister of Europe and Foreign Affairs, Mr. Jean-Yves Le Drian, announced the creation of Working Groups at the Paris Peach Forum in November, he stressed that it is only through the involvement of all stakeholders that we will be able to achieve a free, open and secure cyberspace. This mandate aligns with CyberNB | CIPnet’s mission to collaborate with industry, government and academia for society’s common good – the collective advancement of the cybersecurity sector and organizations committed to keeping cyberspace safe.
Our CI-SOC initiative, specifically, enables critical infrastructure partners to improve their individual and collective cybersecurity by coordinating threat intelligence to stop more attacks, detect attacks earlier, contain breaches faster, reduce breach impact and recover more quickly. Read more here: https://cybernb.ca/CI-SOC.htm