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Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Kaspersky backs Paris Peace Forum 2019 - ITREALMS

The Paris Peace Forum is back for a second edition with the support of Kaspersky, reports ITREALMS.

Kaspersky said it will be supporting and joining this second edition, to present its 'Global Transparency Initiative, a cornerstone of its commitment to a more secure digital future, reports ITREALMS.

This forum, ITREALMS gathered has been slated for 11 to 13 November 2019, at the Grande Halle in La Villette.

This year, the forum brings together a multitude of public, private and civil society actors to discuss global governance and multilateralism issues.

ITREALMS reports that over 30 heads of state and government are expected, with the stated objective of accelerating international cooperation and providing a collective response to the major societal challenges of today and tomorrow.

Involved in building a safe, caring and secure digital world for over 25 years, Kaspersky (Kaspersky.com) joined the Paris Appeal for Trust and Security in Cyberspace in 2018 and is supporting the second edition of the Paris Peace Forum this year. This commitment is part of the deployment of the Global Society Transparency Initiative – a reference of good practice in the sector aimed at building trust in cyberspace with the help of all stakeholders.

On the occasion of the Paris Peace Forum, Eugene Kaspersky, founder and CEO of Kaspersky, will speak about the crucial importance of building trust in cyberspace. "For several years, confidence in all things digital has been eroding. 

"Given this, today the world’s at a crossroads. As a company, we’ve decided to act, and have made ‘increasing trust in cyberspace’ an objective of the utmost social importance with our Global Transparency Initiative. We call upon other IT companies to follow this new standard of transparency and not to let fear and mistrust prevail in the digital world," said Eugene Kaspersky.

Nenye Dom/Editor

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