Mr. Fattal Khaled Fattal, chairman of the MLi Group, (also known as Multilingual Internet Group) has been involved in security, stability and resiliency of the global infrastructure of the Internet since mid-90’s. He was a instrumental on the United Nations World Summit on Information Society (WSIS) December 2003 Declaration of Principle which was signed on by 172 nations to mandate making it the Multilingual Internet it is today. Fattal was one of the few international experts invited by UN Secretary General Kofi Annan in 2004 to the 1st UN consultations in New York on Internet Governance which led to the creation of the UN Internet Governance Forum (IGF).
In response to the failing Resiliency, Continuity & Cyber Security Strategies in recent years and on unprecedented scales, Fattal created The MLi Group Survivability Strategies™ model and solution to mitigate the latest new threats such as the politically-motivated cyber-attacks aimed to alter the political and economic directions of nations, the destruction-motivated new breed of extremist terrorists (like ISIS) who are perpetrating and inspiring political, ideological, ‘religious’ and especially cyber-attacks threatening corporate and national “Survivability”. The MLi Group has labeled these new threats as Poli-Cyber™ since 2013. MLi conducts private briefing to governments, c-suite and board around the world about the seismic change to the global threat landscape, and the needed new and innovative solutions to mitigate them now and in the 21st century.