CoT welcomes 4 new Associated Partners
The Charter of Trust is delighted to welcome the CyberNB, the CyberPeace Institute, the Cyber Readiness Institute, and the Global Cyber Alliance to its Associated Partner Forum (APF). The APF brings together the Charter’s member companies with regulators, academic institutions, and think tanks to facilitate senior-level discussions and an exchange of views on cybersecurity issues.
CyberNB was founded in 2016 to fill a crucial gap in Canada’s cybersecurity ecosystem, providing a single overarching organization working on behalf of all stakeholders. Since then, they have developed an extensive national and international network of partners and collaborators in business, government and academia. A dynamic non-profit, they are a connector and multiplier for the collective advancement of Canada’s booming cybersecurity sector.
The CyberPeace Institute is an independent and neutral non–governmental organization whose mission is to ensure the rights of people to security, dignity and equity in cyberspace. The Institute works in close collaboration with relevant partners to reduce the harms from cyberattacks on people’s lives worldwide. By analyzing cyberattacks, the Institute exposes their societal impact, how international laws and norms are being violated, and advances responsible behavior to enforce cyberpeace.
The Cyber Readiness Institute (CRI) brings together the expertise of senior executive leaders at global companies – including Mastercard, Microsoft, ExxonMobil, Principal Financial Group, General Motors, PSP Partners, and the Center for Global Enterprise – to develop free resources to improve the cyber readiness of small and medium-sized enterprises to secure global value chains.
The Global Cyber Alliance aims at reducing cyber risk by building practical, measurable solutions and tools that are easy to use, and works with partners to accelerate adoption around the world. The GCA has built a partnership network that spans every sector and more than 30 countries, bringing together partners and professional communities to provide concrete, measurable solutions to reduce cyber risk. From New York, London, Brussels, and around the globe, we unite the best and brightest cyber minds to do good.
Additional APF members include the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security, Spain’s Centro Criptológico Nacional (CCN), Germany’s Federal Office for Information Security (BSI), the Hasso Plattner Institute (HPI), the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) of Japan, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC) of Japan, and Technical University Graz (TU Graz).
The Partners of the Charter of Trust are grateful to have this trusted network of Associated Partners supporting the Charter’s mission to build trust in the digital world.