The ANSSI, the French agency for information systems security, is launching an international call for contributions to digital peace and security via the digital platform www.jesuisinternet.today, which was designed and developed by the agency Isobar.
Digital technology has become an increasingly integral part of the world’s political, social and economic life as the infrastructures that support these activities has developed. It will continue to be a source of progress and the sharing of cultures and knowledge if our societies are able to integrate it, and if within it, economic balance is maintained and violence is contained.
In the National Digital Security Strategy, the French Prime Minister has given the general secretary for defense and national security, Louis Gautier, the mission of “developing independent thinking which complies with our values” for the purpose of digital stability. It is in this context that the ANSSI has developed the initiative “Building international peace and security in the digital society”.
Mandated by the ANSSI, the agency Isobar (Dentsu Aegis Network) designed www.jesuisinternet.today, a digital platform to collect and share contributions from all over the world.
In order to encourage contributions from international law specialists as well as from other digital users, the site’s homepage offers two portals: one for legal experts, and the other for the general public, i.e. individuals, companies, NGOs, institutions, etc.
The platform www.jesuisinternet.today can be accessed from January 25, 2017 and is available in 10 languages: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Korean, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish .
Each participant can add a photo of their face to their submission, which will contribute to the construction of the virtual face of the international community.
Isobar created the concept and web design with the help of the expertise of TalkSpirit, the publisher of the contribution platform, and Systran, a pioneer of automated translation solutions.
The results of the call for contributions will be presented to UNESCO on April 6 and 7.
For dates, visit: www.jesuisinternet.today