This page is for people with expertise in, or a particular interest in, reducing cyber attacks globally.
Cyber threat links
- A Cyberattack Has Caused Confirmed Physical Damage for the Second Time Ever, Wired, January 2015
- How NSA successfully Broke Trillions of Encrypted Connections, thehackernews.com, October 2015
- Security Breach and Spilled Secrets Have Shaken the N.S.A. to Its Core, Scott Shane, Nicole Perlroth and David E. Sanger, in New York Times, November 12, 2017
- Doing Battle in Cyberspace: How an Attack on Estonia Changed the Rules of the Game, Stephanie McLellan and Naomi O’Leary for CIGI, Oct. 26, 2017
- The World Once Laughed at North Korean Cyberpower. No More., David E. Sanger, David D. Kirkpatrick, and Nicole Perlroth in New York Times, October 15, 2017
- War or Peace in Cyberspace: Whither International Cyber Security?, conference report, Balsillie School of International Affairs, Waterloo, Ontario, May 24, 2018
With hacking of US utilities, Russia could move from cyberespionage toward cyberwar, Frank J. Cilluffo and Sharon L. Cardash, theconversation.com, July 26, 2018
Platform for Survival items
19. The UN shall declare cyberspace a peaceful commons and create a binding treaty for international cyber norms.
20. Manufacturers of ICT hardware and software shall be liable for negligent security failures that cause harm.
Each of the proposals above has its own page on the Project Save the World wiki. Our intention is that people will volunteer to use the wiki for an essay on how the proposal can be put into action, what changes may need to be introduced, and so on.
At present the wiki is open to all users; that is, no login is necessary. (This policy may change depending on the level of spam and/or trolling we may receive).
If you are interested in being a contributor, please visit http://wiki.tosavetheworld.ca and select your preferred proposal from the frontpage menu.