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!

Our Vision

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.

Our Mission

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

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

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 Peace Initiative
  • Cyber Peace Initiative (CPI) serves as a counterpoint to the negative connotations of cyber space, and work towards building a positive and peaceful environment where people of the world can collaborate and thrive. Cyber Peace Initiative also entrusts itself the responsibility of corralling support for a trusted and safe cyberspace which could be fruitfully used for dissemination of knowledge, participation for global commerce, integration of cyber infrastructure to the physical infrastructure. CPI in partnership with various international agencies seeks to develop and promote frameworks for maintainig law and order in a borderless cyberworld.

  • Cyber Trust Institute
  • Cyber Trust Institute (CTI) has the mission to spearhead research and development for both theoretical sciences as well as industrial application at a commercial scale in cyber. CTI aims to serve as the connecting body of knowledge for the fragmented security world. CTI engages with various faculties and institutions across the world in building a collective body of research and knowledge for cyber. Over a period of time CTI aims to build standard curriculums for Cyber Education at every level, and support the adoption and rollout of these through the global educational network with the assistance of regional partners

Get Involved

Upcoming Event


Wednesday January 24, 2018
1:00 PM to 6:00 PM


Berghotel Schatzalp
Promenade 65, 7270
Davos, Switzerland


Executive Statements
Cyber Executive Panels

Membership Details

The 2017 CFF Membership Program offers membership into its three constituent committees: Cyber Defense Alliance (CDA), Cyber Peace Initiative (CPI) and the Cyber Trust Institute (CTI) by invitation through nomination by board members or CFF Advisors.

Individual Membership is free. In order to preserve the level of leadership and focus on our mission of global leadership development, CFF follows a process of nomination and sponsorship for the main constituencies. Interested individuals can request a nomination from an existing Board Member and three nominating sponsors for acceptance as Full Members.

CFF plans to launch a General Membership Program as early as Spring of 2017. Please subscribe to our newsletter to stay informed.

If you require support in finding an existing CFF Full Member as sponsor for your application, please do not hesitate to contact the CFF Administrative Office and our Memebership Directorate will work with you to onboard you based on qualifying criteria.

For Corporate and Institutional Membership, please contact us directly.

For more detailed information on Membership and Future Programs, please reach out to info@cyberfuturefoundation.org