YesWeHack supports the Paris’ Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace.
With its founding members from the French and European Hacker community, YesWeHack promotes actions to share and transmit knowledge, as well as to strengthen digital sovereignty for the creation and maintenance of trusted environments.
Guided by its founding principles, YesWeHack is dedicated in uniting, cooperating with all digital actors and commit to better securing cyberspace.
Today, YesWeHack makes its CrowdSecurity platform available to all stakeholders who are committed to following the Paris’ Call. This platform brings together a community, the largest in Europe, made of 5000+ ethical hackers.
In a complex geopolitical context, facing the increasing cyber-threats and economic and political risks, YesWeHack is committed to defending an idea of the trust and security of cyberspace on a daily basis.
Our commitment is to the development of digital technology in order to defend our democracies, our informational assets and therefore the data protection for all citizens in the European Union and elsewhere.
Protecting our democracies is a major challenge in terms of cybersecurity and it is important to propose appropriate solutions to better secure digital tools used by citizens, both on a daily basis and during election periods.
Guillaume Vassault-Houlière, CEO of YesWeHack