About Project 2020

Project 2020 is an initiative of the International Cyber Security Protection Alliance (ICSPA). Its aim is to anticipate the future of cybercrime, enabling governments, businesses and citizens to prepare themselves for the challenges and opportunities of the coming decade. It comprises a range of activities, including common threat reporting, scenario exercises, policy guidance and capacity building.

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ICSPA Canada Cyber Crime Study Report

The International Cyber Security Protection Alliance (ICSPA) supported by a group of Canada’s most recognised businesses – CGI Canada, McAfee, Research In Motion, Lockheed Martin and Above Security announced their intention to conduct a study to determine the impact of cyber crime on businesses in Canada.

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Protecting Digital Economies

G8 Magazine, June 2013

As world leaders gather at the G8 Summit in Northern Ireland this year, they will be considering and debating some of the most pressing global issues of our time. Some of us that specialise in the cyber space arena hope that they will also have time to address the deeply worrying trends that threaten the economic and social benefits that the Internet can deliver to mankind…

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Motivating Governments: International Collaboration

Global Economic Symposium, Kiel, 2013

There can be little doubt that alongside the significant benefits the Internet delivers to GDP growth, wealth-creation and knowledge-sharing, there exists a pernicious threat to our economic and societal well-being and, potentially, to our safety and security, from a wide range of online criminality.

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A call for International Collaboration and Funding in the Fight against Cyber Crime

G20 Magazine, September 2013

Programmes to fight cybercrime need to be harmonised across countries to ensure the online health of citizens and businesses

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Strengthening Standards for Cybersecurity and Surveillance

G7 Magazine, June 2014

Surveillance is a vital tool in the fight against terrorism and organised crime, but governments must do more to convince the public of its necessity

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