About Cyber Future Foundation
Cyber Future Foundation was established to create a brighter and trusted future for the cyberspace where digital commerce and innovation can thrive based on trust and respect to individual privacy.
The impetus for the creation of CFF was born from the flurry of cyber incidents that has left a trail of compromised public, private, and corporate security parameters across the globe. With a majority of organizations and individuals accepting the fact that they have had a data breach, global leaders from different spheres of society, such as those of us associated with CFF, saw an urgent need to provide a collective action focused on addressing the challenges of cyberspace.
The urgency is now, the need is now, and the global requirement for privacy, respect, and trust in cyberspace has never been greater. CFF is a movement toward a brighter future for cyberspace, and all we do in it!
To become the preeminent and standard bearing organization for international collaboration on trusted cyber, through fostering international cooperation towards digital enablement and connectedness beyond boundaries, while preserving the distinct regional and societal norms, ethos and boundaries, with respect to human liberty, equality and justice.
To provide a collaborative platform for industry, public agencies and academia towards building a more trusted and secure cyber space at a global level. CFF provides a forum for sharing ideas at the highest level and a platform for converting them to action.
CFF strives to tap into the collective innovation of the commercial domain, motivation and passion to serve respective communities from the public service agencies and quest for knowledge and research in the academic space, and engage the three domains to address the challenges and hone the potential of cyber space.
CFF executes its mission through the Cyber Future Council, and the three Constituent Organizations.
Cyber Future Council (CFC) is the apex representative body including the Founding Trustees, the CFF Board and the Executive Council. It comprises of Founding Board Members and representatives from the leadership at the constituent bodies within CFF. The Council is responsible for developing the plan to deliver the Vision and Mission of CFF and maintain the action plans associated with the organization.
Cyber Defence Alliance (CDA) performs as an international, independent not-for-profit consortium of those engaged in the professional and practice of commercial cybersecurity. CDA’s mission is to build and promote a global cybersecurity commercial ecosystem, which will be able to establish cyber security guidance and best practices as the cyberspace gets equipped to provide a safe and secure space for cyber commerce in an increasingly digital world.
Cyber Future Foundation, Founded and incorporated in the State of Texas, United States is a global not-for-profit, non-governmental organization focused on the positive and meaningful development and use of cyber in its current and future shape. CFF's mission is to positively impact the for the cyber domain by turning thought leadership into action. CFF is a group of Cyber Futurists, who have assembled to put their collective expertise and experience to create 'A Better Cyber Future'.
The organizational structure of CFF
CFF Programs and Action Groups
At Cyber Future Foundation we have established a Five Year Plan, and have lined up a number of Programs and Action Groups, which would convene at various venues and events to design and create artifacts and actions to effect the direction of the commercial, policy and educational aspects of the cyber economy.
Cyber Future Foundation is launching this at an unique event with complete Table Top Exercises among Leaders from the Cyber community and CFF members, with the proceedings of the event published subsequently as a journal. Cyber Future Foundation is running a number of cyber surveys during the event and publish the results.
This also marks our commitment to focus on the Action that is required to address the challenges of cyberspace as they shape up in future rather than catching up, including incremental if not disruptive progress towards the solutions. CFF has formed active partnership with various agencies in developing the required ecosystem and leadership council to address these needs. This group is driving the 10 programs of CFF:
We are also proud to be actively working on processing the RFI response to the NIST Cyber Commission, whose Future of Digital economy is in direct alignment with our Cyber Future Framework. Our board recently submitted to the NIST Cyber Commission CFF’s Point of View of digital cyber future, and also in active engagement with various stakeholders developing this into the recommendations.
Organization and Contact Information
While we are bringing up our collaboration platform, we want you to reach out to us through email as well as our social media channels. Please reach us at the below contact details and we will promptly get back with you.