Davos 2022

How to safeguard the internet after the war in Ukraine 

The year 2025, the 20th anniversary of WSIS and the year the IGF’s mandate expires, will be a decisive moment for internet governance. Image: Unsplash/Zergey Solkin

Alexander Klimburg

Head, Centre for Cybersecurity, Member of the Executive committee, World Economic Forum Geneva

Natasa Perucica

Research and Analysis Specialist, Cybersecurity Industry Solutions, World Economic Forum

Daniel Dobrygowski

Head of Governance and Trust, Centre for Cybersecurity, World Economic Forum

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