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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 [...]

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 [...]

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