The OISTE Foundation welcomes the publication of the report of the UN Secretary-General’s High-level Panel on Digital Cooperation: the age of digital interdependence
Click on this link to access the full report: https://digitalcooperation.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/DigitalCooperation-report-for-web.pdf
The OISTE Foundation adheres to the Universal Guidelines
for Artificial Intelligence
The Brussels based Public Voice coalition – https://thepublicvoice.org/about-us/, created in 1996 by the Electronic Privacy Information Centre, drafted the Universal Guidelines for Artificial Intelligence in October 2018.
The OISTE Foundation agrees with the Guidelines proposed and invites its followers to consult and subscribe the original document at https://thepublicvoice.org/ai-universal-guidelines/
WISeKey and OISTE.ORG invited sustainable communities
to cooperate in deploying a new Universal Decentralized Identification (UID) system on the Blockchain to guarantee sustainable peace at The Business for Peace Summit in Oslo
Participating NGOs and Sustainable Development Organizations supporting Sustainable Development Goals to receive a free code required to build their own identity registration system and create their own apps based on www.wiseid.com
WISeKey Calls for the Creation of a New
Global Trust Protocol for Secure Electronic Transactions at the
Blockchain Revolution Global Event in Toronto, Canada
Carlos Moreira, Founder and CEO of WISeKey International Holding Ltd (WIHN.SW) (“WISeKey”), a Swiss based cybersecurity, IoT and blockchain company, discussed at the Blockchain Revolution Global event in Toronto the need to establish a new Trust Protocol for the Internet combining traditional Cryptographic Trust Models with blockchain global distributed ledgers creating a new Global Trust Platform for Secure Electronic Transactions under the umbrella of the International Organization for Secure Electric Transactions, OISTE.ORG.
OISTE.ORG proud Partner
of the Business for Peace Summit 2019
The aim of the Business for Peace Summit 2019 is to provide business worthy leaders with the knowledge, inspiration, actions and networks necessary to effectively create social impact through their work. The Summit will explore different perspectives of imbalances and the role technology and investment can play, all with the objective to identify tangible actions for business leaders. Through cross-sector conversations and developing deeper understanding of the challenges involved, the Summit will offer insight and actionable ideas for how business leaders and investors can play a greater role in driving an inclusive and prosperous future for all.
The 2019 Summit brings together business leaders, investors, leaders of NGOs, politicians, academics, and civil society from all over the world to explore global challenges exacerbated by inequality and how business leaders can address imbalances within their organisations, local societies, and beyond. Experts in technology, inclusion, investment and more will share their insights through interactive sessions.
The Anti-Illicit Trade Declaration
Calling on the International Community to address all Forms of Illicit Trade
Despite considerable efforts of global organizations, governments and actors from the private sector, Illicit Trade remains prevalent and continues to pose a significant threat to the global economy1.
At the Zermatt Summit, delegates from 46 different countries launched The Anti-Illicit Trade Declaration, calling on the International Community to address all forms of Illicit Trade. This declaration outlines the steps that need to be taken to stop Illicit Trade, which governments and private sector signatories agree needs to be treated as a serious crime.
OISTE.ORG addresses the 40th Session
of the United Nations Human Rights Council on the Right to
Privacy and presents the Illicit Trade Declaration
Foundation OISTE, whose acronym is given by its original name in French: Organisation Internationale pour la Sécurité des Transactions Electroniques, organized a panel during the 40th Session of the Human Rights Council, right after the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Privacy delivers his report to the Council on Friday the 1st March 2019. OISTE holds special consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the UN (ECOSOC) and is an accredited member of the Non-commercial Users Stakeholders Group (NCSG) of ICANN as part of the Not-for-Profit Operational Concerns (NPOC) constituency.
OISTE Foundation supports several causes around the world. Here are some examples:
We are proud at the OISTE foundation to support the Eucharistein association founded by this amazing person, father Nicolas Buttet. He was a predominant Swiss politician and lawyer that gave up verything material in life to focus on the essential. As he says on the Swiss TV interview he decided to change the world of materialism, of consumption of knowledge, of power to focus on the human, the nature, the creation and the direct contact with things that matter. #Inspirational
Video at: https://www.rts.ch
Blockchain Center of Excellence
SUMMIT 2016ID2020: PwC supports efforts to
provide a digital identity for
everyone on the planet.
WISEKEY SA Increasing
Digital Connectivity to the Poor
Roundtable organised by OISTE and the WTPF
WSIS Forum 2017
OISTE.ORG celebrates its 20th anniversary. The OISTE Foundation has been working with the UN and other governmental and non-governmental international organizations since 1998. Today, in line with the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals, target 16.9 – giving everyone a legal identity by 2030 – OISTE focuses on the challenge of harnessing digital identity for the global community.
OISTE holds special consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the UN (ECOSOC) and is an accredited member of the Non-commercial Users Stakeholders Group (NCSG) of ICANN as part of the Not-for-Profit Operational Concerns (NPOC) constituency.
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