Tech Against Terrorism is supporting the tech industry tackle terrorist exploitation of the internet, whilst respecting human rights.

Our programme to support the tech industry.


Helping you evaluate the risk and advise on mitigation processes


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Tech Against Terrorism is working on behalf of the UN CTED to support the global tech industry to tackle terrorist exploitation of their technologies. We are here to support smaller tech companies with guidance of best practice in protecting their users and reputation. Sign up to our newsletter here, for regular activity updates and to learn about how to get involved in your region or country.

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Workshops & Events

A core part of our work at Tech Against Terrorism is arranging a series of global workshops with companies to build trust and confidence whilst learning more about your needs. See below for upcoming events.

For a list of past workshops and global events click here.

If you would like a workshop in your region, register you interest here.


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