The Quad — a plurilateral framework comprising India, Australia, Japan, and the US — has announced the launch of a public campaign to improve cyber security in these four nations. Named “Quad Cyber Challenge”, Internet users across the Indo-Pacific and beyond have been invited to join it and pledge to practice safe and responsible cyber habits, the White House said. According to a media release, the initiative reflects the Quad’s continuing efforts to strengthen people’s cyber security awareness and action as well as to foster a more secure and resilient cyber ecosystem to benefit economies and users everywhere. “We joined our Quad partners in launching the cyber challenge to advance cyber security across our nations. Together, we are asking people and companies to commit to simple actions to secure themselves and their customers,” US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said.