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Internet Society and Commission of the African Union launch Internet Infrastructure Security Guidelines for Africa
NAIROBI Kenya, 30 May, 2017 – The Internet Society and the African Union Commission today unveiled a new set of Internet Infrastructure Security Guidelines for Africa during the African Internet Summit, taking place in Nairobi 30 May- 2 June. The guidelines will help Africa create a more secure Internet infrastructure and are set to change the way African Union States approach cyber security preparedness.
Report presented at conference bringing together Internet and Development organizations from throughout Africa
[Kigali, Rwanda– 8 May 2017] – Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and the Internet in particular, can have a transformative effect on education in Africa, says a report launched today by the Internet Society.
Online Trust Alliance to operate within Internet Society as key initiative
April 5, 2017 - Bellevue, Wash. and Washington, DC - The Online Trust Alliance (OTA) and the Internet Society (ISOC) today announced that the two global non-profit organizations have combined resources, expanding the reach and impact of the Internet Society to a broader group of stakeholders and industry members.
Washington, DC- 3 April 2017 -- The Internet Society has named Tim Hoswitschka to the role of Senior Director, Partnerships and Development where he will be responsible for developing and leading ISOC’s global fundraising strategy. He will be tasked with creating and developing partnerships that raise awareness of the Internet Society’s mission and work, and increasing its membership and sponsorship programs.
- Hosted in partnership with the Republic of Rwanda Ministry of Youth and ICT and UNESCO
- Conference to focus on Education, Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Africa through the Internet
[Kigali, Rwanda– 22 March 2017] – The Internet Society today announced that it will hold the first ever Africa Regional Internet and Development Dialogue from 8-9 May 2017 in Kigali, Rwanda, in partnership with UNESCO and Republic of Rwanda Ministry of Youth and ICT.
Washington, DC- 13 March 2017 -- The Internet Society today announced that Jeffrey Bedser has been appointed to the Public Interest Registry (PIR) Board of Directors. He will serve a term of three years as will returning board member Eric Burger. Hartmut Glaser is also a returning board member who will serve a term of one year. These appointments will begin at a PIR Board retreat scheduled next month.