Cyber Resilience and Data Ethics

Cyber Resilience and Data Ethics must be at the top of every Federal Leadership and Board agenda

Effective cybersecurity promotes digital trust and provides the foundation for a functioning and secure society.

Government departments and agencies at all levels should form meaningful partnerships with the private sector on cybersecurity. No entity alone can secure cyberspace, public-private partnerships are vital as they can integrate business and security interests to achieve the common good. An initial attempt to accomplish this through a range of Information Sharing and Analysis Centers (ISACS) and Information Sharing and Analysis Organizations (ISAOs) have been undertaken, so that we can better share cyber threat intelligence information in real time.

The rate of technology innovation, global interconnectivity, and the explosive growth of the Internet of things (IoT) have all opened new exploitation vulnerabilities and attack vectors in the security of our societies and critical infrastructure. Nowadays, a large number of professionals are working from home, making it easier for perpetrators to access home WiFis through a range of attack vectors, providing a way into work networks through VPN or other sound connections. Moreover, cyber criminality is growing at least as fast, and each and every hack undermines trust in the global systems that underpin our economies.

The Institute is bringing together experts from public and private sector as well as academia to discuss these issues and provide a vision for how partnerships can support addressing the issues.

Events and council meetings

Upcoming and past events for the Cyber Resilience and Data Ethics Think Tank

Research and Reports

View Research and Reports for the Cyber Recilience and Data Ethics Thinks Tank

Government has a clear leadership role, but we will also foster a wider commercial ecosystem, recognising where industry can innovate faster than us. This includes a drive to get the best young minds into cyber security.

The Rt. Hon Phillip Hammond

MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer

Cyber Resilience and Data Ethics members

Tortora Brayda Institute for Partnership Excellence drives thought leadership by uniting in partnership the shapers of cyber security from government, industry and academia to shape the global evolution of cyber space in a manner that advances our conjoined economic and security interests.

Tortora Brayda Institute is aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals set for 2030 and strives to assist in accomplishing its technology and multi stakeholder partnership goals for international trade.

Each Think Tank is working towards the below goals on all their council meetings, research and reports.

Tortora Brayda Institute’s focus is to positively influence the following goals:
UNSDG Goal 5 – Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls, Enhance the use of empowerment of women, enabling technology, in particular information and communications technology, to promote the empowerment of women.
UNSDG Goal 8 – Promote inclusive and sustain economic growth, employment, and decent work for all.
UNSDG Goal 9 – Build resilient infrastructure, promote sustainable industrialization, and foster innovation.
UNSDG Goal 17 – Revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development.
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