Global Cyber Peace Challenge 2.0


Date: Feb. 9, 2021


The School of Law, Rights & Constitutional Governance (SLRCG) has decided to partner with The Cyber Peace Foundation (CPF) organization and host this upcoming event "Global Cyber Peace Challenge 2.0' slated in February 2021.

Event date - 9th February 2021,

Last Registration date - 10th January 2021

Cyber Peace Foundation: https://www.cyberpeace.org/

Registration Link:https://www.cyberchallenge.net/PAR-GCC-REGISTRATION/

BRIEF ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION & EVENT:

The Cyber Peace Foundation (CPF) is an award-winning civil society organization, think tank of cyber security and policy experts with the vision of pioneering Cyber Peace Initiatives to build collective resiliency against cyber crimes & global threats of cyber warfare. Cyber Peace Foundation is involved in Policy Advocacy, Research and Training related to all aspects of Cyber Peace and Cyber Security. Key areas of Cyber Peace Foundation work are in Technology Governance, Policy Review and Advocacy, Capacity and Capability creation and building through partnerships with various government organizations, academic institutions and civil society entities.

ABOUT THE EVENT - GLOBAL CYBER PEACE CHALLENGE:

Global Cyber Peace challenge is a journey to recognize and award talent and build solutions to some pressing problems that our society faces. The objective of the challenge is to both present technical challenges to identify talent and to tap their innovative approach to solving critical real-world problems. Cyber Peace Challenge 2.0 will be organized globally. The challenge will be divided into three parts:
(I) Cyber Peace Policy & Strategy Challenge, (II) Peace-a-Thon: The innovation challenge and (III) Capture The Flag (CTF). This challenge is open to cyber Peace security experts, technologists, communityleaders, civil society bodies, students, developers, UX/UI designers,business analysts, education professionals, advisors, mentors, entrepreneurs, thought leaders, and investors. This challenge is committed to ensuring gender diversity in the cyber Peace security workforce of the future

Contact Details from SLRCG & Cyber Peace Foundation –

Dr. Sonali Kusum - Assistant professor of Law, SLRCG , TISS, Mumbai –sonali.kusum@tiss.edu
Dr. K.M Parivelan Associate Professor , Program Coordinator SLRCG , TISS, Mumbai parivelan@tiss.edu
Mr. Kumar Vikram - The Project Manager , Cyber Peace Foundation,
Vikram kumar.vikram@cyberpeace.net