Rules for the security of digital products: Who should write them?

Xiang Zheng Teo, Ensign InfoSecurity
Anastasiya Kazakova, DiploFoundation

As users of numerous digital products – apps, smart devices etc. – we expect a certain level of security and safety while using those products, although we don’t know how secure they are and, what’s more, don’t often have easily accessible ways to acquire such knowledge.

Software supply chain security

Imad Aad, Technical Project Manager, C4DT

Everyone can develop software, and the resulting quality can vary considerably. There is no single ‘right way’ to write code and reach a given goal. Numerous technologies exist with increasing complexities. Like in all disciplines, ‘mistakes happen’, and software development is no exception.

Are vulnerabilities bad, and what can I do about it?

Serge Droz, Senior Adviser, Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA) and Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors, FIRST

What are vulnerabilities?
Many of us are probably used to the all too frequent messages like ‘Update in progress, don’t turn off your computer.’

Vulnerabilities in Digital Products: How Does This Impact the World Around Us?

Welcome back to the Geneva Dialogue! Since 2018, this international process has been focusing on responsible behavior in cyberspace and exploring ways to enhance cyber stability. Over the years, we've built a community with partners from diverse industries and  who are leading in digitisation, including the manufacturing of digital products.