At the fifth annual meeting of Cyber Alliance for Mutual Progress (CAMP), the Center for Cyber Security Research and Innovation (CSRI) of Nepal has been elected as its member. The annual meeting was held at the CAMP headquarter in South Korea on 14-20 September.
The fifth annual meeting was chaired by CSRI Vice President Milan Raj Nepali on behalf of CSRI for gaining international observers and members. In addition, CSR Secretary-General E. Shaligram Parajuli also had a special representation.
Cyber Security Research and Innovation welcomed in Newsletter
Cyber Alliance for Mutual Progress (CAMP) has released its official Camp Newsletter no.19 in which it has welcomed CSRI from Nepal as it’s a member.
Cybersecurity Alliance for Mutual Progress (CAMP)
The Cybersecurity Alliance for Mutual Progress (CAMP) was formed for achieving sustainable benefits and serving as a platform where members prepare themselves with collective methods and actions to keep cyberspace secure. The CAMP currently has 61 government, public and non-profit organizations from 46 countries.
CAMP was formed in order to lift up the overall level of cybersecurity of its members. The members will share trends and development experiences of cybersecurity to speed up mutual growth as well as contribute to the development of global cybersecurity for large.
With the slogan “CAMP lights up a safer tomorrow!” which represents a vision to take the lead in creating a reliable and safe cyber world as a light that shines a future of cybersecurity.
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