30+ organizations call on governments to protect — not prosecute — security researchers
The work of digital rights defenders is key in protecting and maintaining an open and safe online civic space, and more than 30 organizations are expressing our concern over their continued persecution around the world.
Hard(ware) questions about government hacking: what if the Bloomberg story is true?
The Bloomberg reports underscore a frightening reality: we’re not prepared for this kind of hardware attack. Governments and companies must work together to prevent them.
China tips the scale of global cybersecurity by hoarding vulnerabilities
China’s delay in sharing technology flaws with the international community is likely to have a long-term negative impact on global cybersecurity.
The EU needs to get serious about fixing vulnerabilities
A multi-stakeholder task force, of which Access Now is a member, supports a systemic, coordinated approach for vulnerability disclosure.
After Meltdown and Spectre, we need better vulnerability disclosure and a stronger U.S. cyber framework
Read our comments for NIST, a U.S. agency that creates technical standards, on its framework for cybersecurity.
A policy maker’s guide to the Global Conference on Cyberspace 2017
Our new policy guide aims to help participants at GCCS 2017 fulfill its promise to strengthen global cybersecurity while protecting human rights.
What happens when summer is over? EU Cybersec 2.0!
Here’s what we expect for Europe’s cybersecurity agenda this fall.