Alexandru Lazar

CyberPeace Builders – Building your nonprofit’s digital resilience

Join us for a keynote session introducing the CyberPeace Builders program—a pioneering initiative developed by the CyberPeace Institute that revolutionizes cybersecurity for nonprofits. In an international landscape fraught with digital threats, this program serves as an example of successful collaboration, bringing together corporate cybersecurity experts who volunteer their expertise to help nonprofits. During the keynote, we will present the General Cybersecurity Assessment that allows nonprofits to identify vulnerabilities, paving their way for targeted solutions in the shape of 34 meticulously crafted missions. Whether you’re a cybersecurity aficionado or an outsider, this keynote promises to inspire and educate, igniting a dialogue on the imperative cyberpeace in a world that is more volatile than ever. Let’s pave the path to a safer, more resilient digital future for the most vulnerable together.

Alexandru has a background in international relations, security research, and cybersecurity. Prior to joining the CyberPeace Institute in 2021, he worked for other organizations, including UNICEF, Apple, Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP), and Interpeace. He is currently also working part-time for DCAF – Geneva Centre for Security Sector Governance, where he carries our research on the digitalization of the security sector. At the Institute, Alexandru works as Program Officer focusing on helping nonprofits build their cybersecurity resilience via a unique network of corporate volunteers known as the CyberPeace Builders program. Alexandru has an Erasmus Mundus International Masters degree in Security, Intelligence and Strategic Studies (IMSISS) from the University of Glasgow and a MA in Politics and International Relations from the University of Aberdeen. 

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