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CyberPeace Foundation is an organization working to create and uphold cyber peace and harmony throughout the globe. It continuously strives towards spreading cyber hygiene and cyber ethics.

The primary initiatives undertaken by us are:
CyberPeace Corps
Cyber Bridge
Charity Bounty
e-Raksha
e-Kawach

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It has been found that cybercrimes and threats to women online are rising by the day, so that they are the prime targets of some sensitive crimes like revenge pornography and sextortion. Reasons causing this are not only economical, but also social and cultural, that prevent women from using the internet and issues like trolling that pop up when one uses it too often. With the development of a more advanced and digital age , it is of paramount importance to break this gender divide and create awareness among internet users, to help curb the threats and problems associated with the internet and its usage, and also pave a path to reap the benefits of these great technological advancements.

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CYBERPEACE CORPS

At the centre stage of almost all good and bad today is technology and the Internet. Debates around their safe usage, regulation against unsolicited and fake information, potential implications in national security and international relations, controls on creation of cyber capabilities etc. are all happening around the globe. It is not far-sighted when many experts claim that “cyber” is the next frontier of war where every nation is building resilience and capacity.

As CyberPeace Foundation, we feel that increasingly and day by day, these threats and worries demean the potential of the Internet and bring in an imbalance which calls for intervention. With the global objective of creating and maintaining CyberPeace in the world through awareness, capacity, policy and dialogue, we have ventured into these spaces in different contexts. We have been conducting digital literacy and online safety programs for specific groups like women, children, senior citizens etc. Along with that, we undertake many techno-legal training workshops for law enforcement and judicial officers across the country on relevant subjects to the domain. At the levels of policy, we advocate tapping on the internet potential in order to build trust in the cyberspace and to ensure secure flow of information across borders.

While all these initiatives work in tandem with each other, a strong need for a volunteer force has been felt over the years. In this domain of cybersecurity, laws, forensics, safety, psychology and many more, there is a documented shortfall in the number of professionals. Not just that, when one looks at interdisciplinary collaborations and research on innovative tools of awareness about cyber safety, there are hardly any sustainable and scalable models operating on ground. This brought us to an understanding of both the top and bottom level gaps and to fill this, we introduced an innovative concept called the “CyberPeace Corps” into our existing framework. CyberPeace Corps is envisioned to be a coalition of citizens, volunteers, experts and volunteers that become experts who come together as working groups for the cause of CyberPeace across the world. The world needs it today for the internet to be peaceful, trustworthy and safe enough for its users. Unfortunately, various shortcomings in technology, law, awareness and international cooperation have been widening the gap altogether and there is no answer to the growing cyber threats to nations today. Collective resilience and action are somethings that are needed to originate from our communities in order to sustainably evolve and transition into netizens.

Peace Corps is not about technical skills and know-how
The most interesting part about the peace corps volunteers is that they do not need to be techies, lawyers, diplomats or hackers. The initiative looks to tap into the potential of the corps members in the manner that they can contribute; meaning there is room for everyone. A good coder may contribute, enhance and utilise his skills in the right manner and a good manager can conduct and lead quality events. There’s room for artists, musicians and painters alike which means that the heart of the corps membership is an all inclusive growth platform. What remains the objective of anything that corps does is furthering towards CyberPeace in the whole world. In our study of this system, we have found artists fitting in wonderfully in, musicians creating catchy tunes and music for curbing fake news etc. Along with all this, there is also a huge need for on the ground volunteers to take up one-to-one techno-legal aid assignments with citizens, victims and offenders at times.

CYBERPEACE ALLIANCE

The CyberPeace Foundation envisions to achieve its goal of CyberPeace through its initiative of CyberPeace Alliance which will act as a policy and thought incubator on CyberSecurity and issues like Internet regulation and governance.

To build resilient and sound international arrangements and to foster research in the field of CyberSecurity, the CyberPeace Alliance is one of the first initiatives of its kind. The alliance comprises of scholars, academicians, service providers and all interested parties on the Internet. The members meet from time to time with specific agendas and through a formal process to float ideas and mature them into workable models, be it technology, business, policy, law, economics, development etc. As there may be many facets that need to be looked into, like Online Crimes, Internet Regulation, Compliance, Data Protection & Privacy etc, the alliance does not define narrow subjects for itself, and instead focuses through events, discussions and research on specific issues that need time to time addressing. The Alliance comprises of equal participation from all stakeholders on the Internet indicating that a business process will never be left unattended legally and a legal process will not mandate what technology cannot enforce. The alliance is an extension of our belief and an initiative that is aimed at bringing the world together to start talking about CyberPeace.

CYBERPEACE CLUBS

The CyberPeace Foundation through their innovative CyberPeace Clubs aims to form student and faculty driven task forces across the country for welfare and growth of children online. To bridge the gap revolving around protection of children online and enablement of their knowledge of opportunities, threats and risks on the internet is the objective of the CyberPeace Clubs. The Club also aims to provide a conduit by which students, faculty and staff of the school can learn and access relevant resources about cybersecurity, network prominent cyber security community, share ideas and to train interested student, faculty and staff from all disciplines on the topics related to computer and network security.

The members of the Club are encouraged to take up research projects and participate in national level competitions. The Clubs serve to spread awareness on the subject of cybersecurity and peace, to ensure uniformity and update about trends in the domain. Apart from these objectives, the Clubs also serve the community by helping support cybercrime victims, through counselling, mentoring and guidance.

Collaborator

INDUSTRY COLLABORATION

CPF is dedicatedly working towards upbringing of cyber smart youth of nation. To ensure this, CPF is working in association with a large number of academic institutions across the nation where it has launched initiatives such as CyberPeace Clubs. CPF repeatedly conducts training sessions for students, teachers as well as parents to embark the audience upon latest techniques to stay safe online. To further support the institution and engage the students, CPF also provides resources to support interest of students in the field of cybersecurity and cyber law, offer internships, conducts national-international competitions, promotes research and offers facility for reporting and mentoring to a victim of cybercrime.

ACADEMIA COLLABORATION

CPF is dedicatedly working towards upbringing of cyber smart youth of nation. To ensure this, CPF is working in association with a large number of academic institutions across the nation where it has launched initiatives such as Cyber Peace Clubs. CPF repeatedly conducts training sessions for students, teachers as well as parents to embark the audience upon latest techniques to stay safe online. To further support the institution and engage the students, CPF also provides resources to support interest of students in the field of cyber security and cyber law, offer internships, conducts national-international competitions, promotes research and offers facility for reporting and mentoring to a victim of cybercrime.

CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATION

We at CPF believe in inclusive growth and are operating towards achieving the collective goal of a cyber safe tomorrow. To undertake this, we work in association with diverse groups, societies and organisations. Time to time we collaborate with civil society groups working towards Cyber Psychology, Internet Right, Women and Child Welfare etc. depending on the project. The association may be to host a dialogue, facilitate an event or a project, get valuable inputs, to seek or provide aid, for delivery and so on.