Cybersecurity and human rights are mutually reinforcing. Secure networks and systems are crucial to the exercise of our human rights – and a digital environment underpinned by rights is likely to make us more safe and secure, online as well as offline.
Despite this, dominant narratives around cyber policy often portray security and human rights as incompatible. GPD’s work focuses on shifting this paradigm.
PUBLICATION 14 Feb 2017
Mapping the cyber policy landscape: Chile
MULTIMEDIA 14 Dec 2016
Cyber policy on the ground #1: conversation with Nanjira Sambuli
PUBLICATION 14 Dec 2016
Mapping the cyber policy landscape: Kenya
MULTIMEDIA 29 Jul 2016
How to engage in cyber policy
PUBLICATION 18 May 2016
Travel guide to the digital world #3: Cybersecurity policy for human rights defenders
POST 20 Nov 2015
Four reflections on CISA from a human rights defender
EXTERNAL 18 Nov 2015
‘Cybersecurity is the new battleground for human rights’ (openDemocracy, 18 November 2015)
POST 28 Jul 2015
Cyber insurance – the symptom or the cure?