(Boston, September 26) - Dr. Carlos Alberto Torres, the Member of Board of Thinkers, Boston Global Forum and a co-founder of The Ethics Code of Conduct for Peace and Security Version 1.0, shared his view on how to protect global cyber peace during the Boston Global Forum's conference at Harvard Faculty Club on September 25. The Ethics Code of Conduct for Peace and Security (ECCC) is now being intergrated into his UNESCO-UCLA program on Global Citizenship Education whose ultimate mission is...

(BGF) - Theodore Gordon, Co-founder and Board Director of the Millennium Project shared his research on the Cyber threats at the Boston Global Forum Conference, "The Ethics Code of Conduct for Cyber Peace and Security", which was held on September 25.  Read his research here: CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD Watch his full speech here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-o7KQXqFHuw

(BGF) - Rayan Maness, Ph.D., Visiting Fellow of Security  and Resilience Studies at Northeastern University, shared his research findings on The Era of Cyberpeace during the Boston Global Forum's conference on building the Ethics Code of Conduct for Cyber Peace and Security on September 25, 2015. A current updates of cyber attacks was reported and in the view of Ryan, institutions need to be built to enforce cyber protection. Watch his full speech...

(BGF) - During the Boston Global Forum conference on building the Ethics code of conduct for Cyber peace and security on September 25, Robin Sproul, the Vice president of Public Affairs at ABC News shared her views on how cyber security and ethics code of conduct in this area affects journalism, and thought that it is time to establish some basic guidelines for journalist internationally. As she said, many journalists and organizations are looking at the cyber security issue, the protection of...

( 09/23/ 2015) – In addition to the building of the Ethics Code of Conduct for Cyber Peace and Security as an initiative to promote a healthy cyber environment, Boston Global Forum (BGF) keeps moving ahead by announcing the formation of the Global Cybersecurity Journalist Network. The Global Cybersecurity Journalist Network (GCJN) is created as an effort to both train qualified journalists on cybersecurity and to change global netizens’s behavior towards using Internet in a right...