Crisp joins the World Economic Forum’s Global Coalition for Digital Safety
Crisp founder Adam Hildreth brings more than 17 years of online safety experience as the newest member of the Coalition.
Crisp, the leading provider of Real-time Risk Intelligence, has joined the World Economic Forum’s Global Coalition for Digital Safety, with its founder Adam Hildreth serving as a member of its Global Innovator Community.
Launched in mid-2021, the Coalition is the leading global forum bringing together the most relevant stakeholders to collaborate on digital safety, and is a platform for global, multi-stakeholder cooperation to develop innovations and advance collaborations that tackle harmful content and conduct online.
Fellow coalition members include governments, leading universities, global tech platforms and online safety industry organizations. Joining the Coalition represents another step toward achieving Crisp’s vision of helping to create a digital world that is safe for everyone.
As a member of this select group, Crisp will represent, inform and influence public and private sector decision-makers by contributing new ideas, perspectives and innovations towards the coalition’s aim to help shape a new path forward for assessing and improving digital safety globally.
Crisp founder Adam Hildreth, said:
“Our aim at Crisp since 2005 has been to make the online world safer and we frequently collaborate with global partners across policy makers, Big Tech, Civil Society and NGOs, sharing our 17 years of online safety expertise with them.
Joining the Coalition represents another step toward achieving Crisp’s vision of helping to create a digital world that is safe for everyone. I’m proud to join the WEF’s Global Coalition for Digital Safety and help contribute to global digital safety.”