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Swiss Web Security Day 2019

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Welle 7

Schanzenstrasse 7

3008 Bern

Switzerland

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Swiss Web Security Day

The Swiss Web Security Day is a one day event organized by SWITCH , the Swiss Internet Security Alliance SISA and the Swiss ICT Industry Association Swico. This one day event will cover current security issues for Swiss registrars and webhosters. There will be talks about current technical, legal and regulatory issues and also plenty of time to network with your colleagues. Talks will be given in English, German and French.

The participation if free.



Preliminary Agenda


09:00 - 09:45 Registration and Coffee


09:45 Welcome: Martin Leuthold - SWITCH
Daniel Nussbaumer - SISA
Giancarlo Palmisani - Swico

10:00 Greeting, Florian Schütz - Federal Cyber Security Delegate

10:15 Keynote: Security, Privacy und Identity - Patrick Ben Koetter, sys4


11:00 Coffee Break


11:30 Revision of the Ordinance on Internet Domains - Stéphane Bondallaz, BAKOM

12:00 Registry Lock for .ch Domain Names - Christian Kölle, SWITCH

12:10 Phishing Tests, Recommended Practice - Adrian Koster, Melani


12:20 -13:30 Lunch


13:30 Websecurity in the Tor Browser - Alexander, Tor Project

14:15 MANRS for Hosting Providers - Max Stucchi, Internet Society


15:00 Coffee Break


15:30 The Role of Self-Regulation for Hosting Providers and Registrars:
Update on the Code of Conduct Hosting, the new Code of Conduct Domain Names and the Guidelines for handling official requests.

Panel Discussion moderated by Rolf auf der Maur, Swico, Vischer

  • Claudius Röllin, hostpoint
  • Delia Fehr-Bosshard, Vischer
  • Fabian Beyeler, BÜPF
  • tbd, Public Prosecutor
  • tbd, Cantonal Police

16:15 Farewell


16:30 Apéro riche

17:30 End



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