Past Events

Geneva Dialogue on Responsible Behaviour in Cyberspace at Singapore International Cyber Week


The online panel ‘Implementing global norms by advancing multistakeholder collaboration: Lessons learned from the Geneva Dialogue on Responsible Behaviour in Cyberspace’ is organised by DiploFoundation and the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA) as an event at the Singapore International Cyber Week 2020 (SICW 2020). The discussion will focus on global industry good [...]

IGF 2020 WS #234 Security of digital products: Industry and enhancing trust


The Geneva Dialogue on Responsible Behaviour in Cyberspace organised a workshop at the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) 2020 entitled ‘Security of digital products: Industry and enhancing trust’. The interactive session discussed best practices for creating resilient and ethical digital products. Read the summary and watch the recording below. The session, co-moderated by Mr Vladimir [...]

Geneva Dialogue workshop at the AfIGF 2020


Vulnerabilities of digital products are rapidly being exploited by a wide range of actors for various purposes. This puts the stability of the digitalised world at risk, erodes user trust in digital services, and undermines digital development. To reduce these risks, businesses must increase the resilience of their digital products and services. Various baseline [...]

Digital Security and Economic Recovery


The online high-level event ‘Digital Security and Economic Recovery: Boosting Confidence and Productivity through Secure Digital Technology’ is organised by DiploFoundation and the Swiss Confederation as part of the Geneva Dialogue on Responsible Behaviour in Cyberspace. The majority of cyber-attacks exploit vulnerabilities in digital products and services. Although there is a lively international debate [...]

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

What do the SolarWinds hack, the use of Pegasus spyware, and the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack have in common? Even though they have different targets, threat actors, and impacts, they all exploit software vulnerabilities. Vulnerabilities in digital products remain an almost indispensable component of cyberattacks, especially high-impact ones. In this Geneva Dialogue webinar, together with expert [...]

Vulnerabilities in digital products: How can humans decrease risks for humans?

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 [...]

Cyber norms in action: How to translate diplomatic agreements into real security for us all?
The launch of the Geneva Manual

Vulnerabilities in digital products and networks leading to cyberthreats raise security concerns from individual users to international security and peace. While States hold primary responsibility, meaningful cooperation with non-state actors, such as the private sector, academia, civil society, and the technical community, is crucial to foster a secure, open, and peaceful cyberspace. However, what [...]

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