Open-ended Working Group on security of and in the use of information and communications technologies

Written inputs provided by stakeholders

FIRST SUBSTANTIVE SESSION

DiploFoundation

Microsoft

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom

Input and Issue Brief- International Chamber of Commerce

Joint Statement on the Value of Multistakeholder Engagement in the OEWG process (2021-2025), submitted by a group of organizations

Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST)

Internet Identity Card

Women in Crisis Response

Hitachi America Ltd.

Association for Progressive Communications

CyberPeace Institute

Kaspersky

Global Digital Partners

Developing Capacity

Cybersecurity Tech Accord

Internet Governance Forum 2021 Best Practice Forum Cybersecurity

KnowBe4

ICT4Peace Foundation

Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict

SECOND SUBSTANTIVE SESSION

Australian Strategic Policy Institute

Microsoft (2) (3)

Kaspersky (2)

University of Aarhus

CyberPeace Institute

Centre for Multilateral Affairs

Access Now

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom

Center for the International Information Security, Science and Technology Policy, MGIMO-University, Statement + Report

Joint Contribution by Association for Progressive Communications, Global Partners Digital, Research ICT Africa, Centre for Internet and Society

National Research University Higher School of Economic

Foundation Board of Directors, Global Forum on Cyber Expertise (2)

The Internet Standards, Security and Safety Coalition (IS3C)

Forum of Incident Response and Emergency Teams (FIRST)

Association for Progressive Communications (2)

Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict (2)

ICT4Peace

RSIS- Centre of Excellence for National Security

KnowBe4

THIRD SUBSTANTIVE SESSION

Co-authored submission on "Unpacking technical attribution", Industry and Policy Experts from Kaspersky/LSE IDEAS