Who is responsible for vulnerabilities in digital products and supply chain security? Who is primarily expected to take action?
What can vendors, manufacturers, regulators, policymakers, diplomats, and users do to minimise risks in cases of such vulnerabilities?
In the first Geneva Dialogue webinar on software vulnerabilities, the aim was to set the scene on the risks brought about by vulnerabilities in digital products. In this second webinar, we dive deeper into the perspective of different actors and discuss recent initiatives such as the EU Cyber Resilience Act, and calls for shifting responsibility to manufacturers in the US National Cybersecurity Strategy.
To join and contribute to the discussion, register using the link below, and join us live on Tuesday, 4 April 09:00-10:00 UTC (11:00-12:00 CEST).
About the Geneva Dialogue
The Geneva Dialogue on Responsible Behaviour in Cyberspace is led by the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA) and implemented by Diplo. It aims to map the roles and responsibilities of actors (states, the business sector, civil society, and the academic and tech communities ) in contributing to greater security and stability in cyberspace in the context of international peace and security, identify good practices and possible gaps in existing efforts, and, ideally, put forward recommendations for overcoming such gaps.