The Geneva Dialogue on Responsible Behaviour in Cyberspace is a forum for the global business community to gather and make progress in boosting digital resilience and product security. It aims to establish globally shared best practices and baseline requirements for the security of digital products and services. An output document, which includes definitions of key concepts and a collection of good corporate practices about threat modelling, supply chain security, secure development, vulnerability management, and transforming internal processes to embrace security by design, has been published for comments and contributions (at

In sum, it aims to contribute to cyber-stability through strengthening the security of digital products and services.

The project is currently in its second phase, focusing on the roles and responsibilities of the business sector.


Activities include Discussions, Mapping good practices, Capacity building, Recommendations.

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