Open Space Talks
An inter-governmental cybersecurity capacity-building initiative for sensitive non-classified mobile communications of government officials and citizens
A new inter-governmental cybersecurity capacity-building and cyber diplomacy initiative will be presented that aims to radically increase the confidentiality, accountability and convenience of the day-to-day non-classified digital mobile communications of diplomats, prime ministers, journalists, all targeted law-abiding citizens, and their close associates.
The Trustless Computing Certification Body and Seevik Net is aggregating a critical mass of like-minded states, intergovernmental organizations and NGOs to jointly build and govern a new global digital infrastructure for sensitive non-classified mobile computing, governance structure for its joint management, and mechanisms for their national and international legitimate lawful access.
Representatives of like-minded nations, IGOs and INGOs are invited to attend to explore the possibility of becoming governance or cofounder partners fo the Initiative.
10.00 – Introduction to the Trustless Computing Certification Body and Seevik Net Initiative by, Rufo Guerreschi, Executive Director of the Trustless Computing Association, via aTedX style talk.
10.25 – Question & Answers with participants
10.45 – End of Session and start of networking in the hallway
11.00 – End
A Unique Security Model
TCCB and Seevik Net will achieve radically-unprecedented levels of trustworthiness and ensure legitimate national and international lawful access (A) by applying to both extreme, battle-tested, and open socio-technical safeguards, and checks and balances, the Trustless Computing Paradigms, that are applied to all technologies and processes critically involved in the entire life-cycle – down to fabrication oversight (TCCB Fab), CPU design and hosting room access (TCCB Cloud) and (B) via a governance model and statute that highly maximizes global democratic accountability, socio-technical competency, and resiliency from state pressures.
A new Form Factor and Product Class
Seevik Net will include (1) seamlessly portable 2mm-thin client devices, carried in custom leather wallets or embedded in the back of any commercial smartphones, with special 3rd party apps; (2) interoperable messaging and social apps for mainstream app stores, (3) an open multi-national private cloud, made up of a multi-national network of TCCB-compliant hosting rooms in the territories of state founder partners.
The Trustless Computing Association is a project-based NGO, based in Geneva and Rome, with a mission to radically improving privacy and democracy in the Digital and AI Age, while preserving or increasing global public safety. Since 2015 – together with 25 top advisors and 22 world-class R&D partners, including 2 nations – it advanced its mission via the Trustless Computing Certification Body and Seevik Net initiative, through multiple activities, including 3 R&D initiatives and several publications, a Geneva-based startup “spin-in” and eight editions of the Free and Safe in Cyberspace workshop series.
Founder and Executive Director
For 20 years, he has been an activist, researcher, and entrepreneur, in the area of leading-edge IT security, privacy, and digital democracy, and democratic global governance. As Founder of the Trustless Computing Association, he conceived and lead global conference series, Free and Safe in Cyberspace promoting a new approach to IT security and IT security standards.
Founder and CEO of its spin-out TRUSTLESS.AI, which is building the IT and open ecosystems compliant to the Trustless Computing Certification Body. Formerly lead open source e-voting/e-democracy startup, Participatory Technologies, which sold in 3 continents.
Formerly Global VP of Business Development at 4thPass (bought by Motorola) a Java mobile app store system, including 10M€+ 2001 sale to Telefonica. As CEO, he brought the valuation of EU’s 2nd largest IT/media tech park project, Open Media Park, from €3 to $21 million.