Key Challenge

Systemic Vulnerabilities in Cyberspace

Systemic Vulnerabilities and Security Risks in Cyberspace
As an international process, the Geneva Dialogue builds a multistakeholder community to address risks to security and stability in cyberspace.


Mapping of Roles and Voice of Non-State Stakeholders

Focus on Non-State Stakeholders
The Geneva Dialogue maps the roles and responsibilities of non-state stakeholders, i.e. the private sector, civil society, academia, and technical community, in contributing to security and stability in cyberspace.


Global Dialogue to Foster Cyber Norms Implementation

Advancing Cyber Norms Implementation
As one of the pillars of the Swiss Digital Foreign Policy Strategy 2021-2024, the Geneva Dialogue facilitates an inclusive global dialogue in promoting responsible behaviour in cyberspace and implementing existing cyber norms and confidence-building measures (CBMs).

About the Geneva Dialogue

Established in 2018, the Geneva Dialogue on Responsible Behaviour in Cyberspace is led by the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA), and implemented by DiploFoundation with support of the Republic and State of Geneva, C4DT, Swisscom and UBS.

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