Digital Trailblazer: Sinead Bovell

Cyberspace is not just code, computers, and robots – it’s made up of real people. Lucky for us, some of these people use the Internet to make a difference in our online and offline world, and we like that. To recognize these individuals’ unique contributions, we have officially launched our new series Digital Trailblazers. From …

Honoring the Women of Cyberspace

We asked our community to nominate outstanding female peers who have made our cyberspace a better place and how they inspire others to protect the Internet. Here are some of the many contemporary women figures pushing our digital world forward.

We Support The Paris Call, and You Should Too

Call us idyllic technocrats, but by witnessing science fiction become a reality thanks to our modern-day innovations, we truly believe the power of digital technologies can help solve society’s toughest challenges.

DIGITAL PEACE NOW ENDORSES THE PARIS CALL

As a global movement dedicated to protecting our digital world, the endorsement of The Paris Call affirms our commitment to keeping the Internet a safe place for connection, opportunity, and inspiration.

ON THE DIGITAL FRONT LINE: A CYBERSECURITY EXPERT ON NOTPETYA

On June 27, 2017, a state-sponsored cyberattack spread across Ukraine before spilling over to 65 other countries, crippling private business operations, cancelling thousands of medical appointments, and disrupting the worldwide supply chain. Considered the most devastating cyberattack in history, the Russian-backed NotPetya attack caused roughly $10 billion in financial damages, impacted the distribution of life-saving medicine, and rattled the global community. To better understand the NotPetya incident on its fourth anniversary, we spoke with Beau Woods, Senior Advisor at the United States Cybersecurity and …

The Worlds We Call Home

As a child, my parents considered over two hours online excessive. Fast forward to 2021—I believe fewer than five hours online is unproductive. Our perception of the worlds in which we live has fundamentally changed, and exponentially so.