Launched in 2018, the Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace is now supported by over 1,000 entities, including almost 80 governments, more than 700 companies and more than 350 civil society organizations. In November 2020, the French government announced the creation of six working groups, in an effort to advance international norms and cooperate on concrete initiatives that build on the Call’s principles and improve overall cybersecurity. The working groups will look at: 1) growing the community, 2) engaging emerging countries, 3) supporting the continuation of UN negotiations with a strong multi-stakeholder approach, 4) advancing international norms, 5) building a stability index and 6) offering concrete tools to supporters. More information on the working groups and how to get involved can be found on the French Government’s website.