CEBRI is admitted as Associated Partner in the Charter of Trust

  • Institutional
  • 22 april 2022

The Brazilian Center for International Relations (CEBRI) was formally accepted as an Associated Partner in the Charter of Trust, an initiative of companies and institutions whose work theme is related to cybersecurity, and seeks to build a safe and reliable digital environment.

By entering the Charter of Trust’s Associated Partner Forum, CEBRI joins a network of companies, research institutes, universities and think tanks committed to strengthening security in the digital environment, who evaluate trends, discuss good practices and develop projects together. 

CEBRI's candidacy as an Associated Partner was sponsored by Siemens, which is a member of CEBRI. In order to join the Charter of Trust network, CEBRI’s candidacy had to be confirmed by the initiative's signatory partners, which include companies such as Dell, Airbus, IBM, Bosch, Mitsubishi, among others.

CEBRI was represented at the meeting by Ambassador José Alfredo Graça Lima, Senior Fellow Paulo Sergio Melo de Carvalho, and Institutional Relations Manager Fernanda Araripe.

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The Brazilian Center for International Relations (CEBRI) was formally accepted as an Associated Partner in the Charter of Trust, an initiative of companies and institutions whose work theme is related to cybersecurity, and seeks to build a safe and reliable digital environment.

By entering the Charter of Trust’s Associated Partner Forum, CEBRI joins a network of companies, research institutes, universities and think tanks committed to strengthening security in the digital environment, who evaluate trends, discuss good practices and develop projects together. 

CEBRI's candidacy as an Associated Partner was sponsored by Siemens, which is a member of CEBRI. In order to join the Charter of Trust network, CEBRI’s candidacy had to be confirmed by the initiative's signatory partners, which include companies such as Dell, Airbus, IBM, Bosch, Mitsubishi, among others.

CEBRI was represented at the meeting by Ambassador José Alfredo Graça Lima, Senior Fellow Paulo Sergio Melo de Carvalho, and Institutional Relations Manager Fernanda Araripe.

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