The Estonian Information Security Association (EISA) was founded to advance cross-sectorial cooperation in Estonia between the private sector, academia and the government. The joint effort intends to formalise the existing ties between the cybersecurity partners in Estonia, boost collaborative participation, as well as look at and influence the European and international policies on cybersecurity.

Members of the Estonian Information Security Association join the "Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace"

Two members of the Estonian Information Security Association joined the list of supporters of the "Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace", the high-level declaration on developing common principles for securing cyberspace.

Two members of the EISA, Cybernetica and Guardtime, became supporters of the declaration early in the process. There were in total 370 signatories of the Paris Call, including state governments, NGOs and private companies. In addition to the two companies, the Estonian government also was among the supporters of the declaration. 

“Cybernetica has a long history with uncommon partnerships that bring together actors across fields to achieve high impact results. We strive towards the goals of Paris Call in our operations across the globe and feel a strong sense of agency in moving forward together to build a secure world,” said Oliver Väärtnõu, Chairman of the Management Board of Cybernetica.

The Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace was launched at the UNESCO Internet Governance Forum (IGF) on 11 November by the President Emmanuel Macron with the aim of drawing attention to the importance of the stability in cyber space and to provide a forum for discussions among states, civil society and industry.

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