The world needs to reset the clock on trust after whistleblower Edward Snowden revealed the US Prism internet surveillance programme, according to the International Cyber Security Protection Alliance (ICSPA).
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.
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.
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.
Cyber attacks could soon threaten critical infrastructure, wearable technology and even medical implants, according to a study conducted by Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) and the International Cyber Security Protection Alliance (ICSPA).
The International Cyber Security Protection Alliance (ICSPA) (the global, business-led, not-for-profit Alliance) is calling on governments interested in providing a more safe and secure cyber future for their citizens and business communities, to fund programmes, projects and activities that will seek to ensure that their Internet users are “cyberfit” to meet the constantly evolving challenges brought about by the inexorable growth in online criminality.
Today, the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation (CTO) and the International Cyber Security Protection Alliance (ICSPA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to work together to strengthen the security of Cyberspace, primarily within the Commonwealth.
Ottawa, May 8, 2013 – The International Cyber Security Protection Alliance (ICSPA) supported by a group of Canada’s most recognized businesses – Above Security, BlackBerry, CGI Group Inc., Lockheed Martin and McAfee – today released the findings of its study on the impact of cyber crime on businesses in Canada.
LONDON – 13 March 2013 – The UK Government is creating a framework of global resources and expertise on cyber practice, which countries around the world will be able to draw on to tackle the range of cyber-threats and challenges. The framework will be developed by the International Cyber Security Protection Alliance (ICSPA), a business-backed, not-for-profit, global organisation that provides assistance to countries and their law enforcement agencies.