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tackling Cyber Conflicts
CCC to participate in the negotiations of the first UN convention against cybercrime
The Center for Cooperation in Cyberspace (CCC) is an independent Network of African and Latin American NGOs, foundations and think tanks with expertise in the fields of international relations, digital empowerment and the protection of human rights in cyberspace.
The CCC is among the civil society organizations accredited to take part in the ongoing negotiations of the first United Nations Treaty on the use of information and communications technologies for criminal purposes.
Recognising that cyber-affairs play a central role in the global economy and in international decision-making, while still lacking legal frameworks and regulation, the CCC aims to: bridge the digital gap between the Global North and the developing countries that will lead global economic and demographic growth in the coming decades; create a safer, more resilient cyberspace for the next generations, through advanced studies programs and capacity building projects; become a leading platform for the Global South where business leaders, lawmakers and experts can come together and shape our future digital environment.
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Cybercrime: War By Other Means
Despite the fact that 60% of the world’s population is online, there is still no legally binding and globally accepted regulation in this field.
By land, sea, air and cyberspace
Alongside the air raids, the bombing of infrastructure and the fire support of the armoured vehicles, the invasion of Ukraine is also underway in cyberspace.