President Emmanuel Macron launched the Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace at the UNESCO Internet Governance Forum last year. His top-level declaration aims to enhance the development of common principles for securing cyberspace. The initiative has already received the backing of 564 official supporters: 67 States, 139 international and civil society organizations, and 358 entities of the private sector in 2018.
Cyberspace is becoming increasingly fundamental to our lives, it offers great opportunities, but also hides new threats. The growth in cybercrime and malicious activity can also endanger both our private data and certain critical infrastructures.
Thus, the threat of cyber criminality requires more effort to improve the security of the products we use, to strengthen defence systems against criminals and to promote cooperation among all stakeholders, within and across national borders.
eNET as an important player in the Hungarian infocommunication sector, strongly believes that all human beings shall access safe cyberspace. This is why eNET joins the Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace initiative to protect the accessibility and integrity of the Internet, to improve the security of digital products and services.