Brad Smith at RSA 2017: The Need for a Digital Geneva Convention




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Published on Mar 1, 2017

At the 2017 RSA Conference, Microsoft President, Brad Smith calls for governments to work together on a Digital Geneva Convention to protect civilians on the internet in times of peace. He also emphasized the critical need for tech companies to commit to never assisting in offensive actions anywhere, and to focus 100 percent on defending customers against nation-state cyberattacks. Tech companies can best serve their customers and protect civilians when functioning as a neutral party, or a “Digital Switzerland.” To learn more, read Brad’s blog about the need for governments and industry to collaborate to protect cyberspace. Learn more at https://t.co/R4hiSES2JM

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