Four years after its launch in 2018, the Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace is now gathering more than 1,200 supporters including 80 Governments, 700 companies and 350 organizations from the civil society, making it the world’s main multistakeholder platform to advance common norms and principles to defend a free, open and secure cyberspace. As the rapidly evolving international landscape and rising tensions around the world have major implications for the stability of the digital environment, the rationale for such a multistakeholder coalition is more relevant than ever. But how to keep up the momentum and achieve actual implementation of the Paris Call’s 9 principles in such a challenging global context?
At the International Cybersecurity Forum (FIC) on 7 June, in Lille (France), the Paris Peace Forum organized a stakeholders’ meeting to assess the impact of the Paris Call, review the main achievements of its community and discuss next steps in a challenging international landscape.
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