Journée de la Trust Valley

La Trust Valley a le plaisir de vous donner rendez-vous EN LIGNE LE 4 OCTOBRE prochain pour sa journée annuelle :

Une journée dédiée à la confiance numérique et à la cybersécurité avec un focus sur le thème des Talents.


Trust in Innovation

Trust in Innovation is a 100% digital event that will take place on June 16th , 2021

Reach SMEs wanting to understand and adopt new technologies such as Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence and Quantum Computing.

Think eco-system and innovation sharing. Trust in Innovation can rely on our partners’ skills and on committee’s lucidity. In the end, the programme attains an unequalled quality : no sales speech but pedagogy and ROI, that’s what being smart is all about.

During one day, various conferences of one hour maximum will follow one another. Each participant will have the opportunity to exchange with his peers but also with the speakers. An excellent opportunity to expand one's knowledge and network.

Registration : HERE


NextRise 2021 Seoul

Startup Application for On/Offline Business Meetings with Global Enterprises and Venture Capitals

KDB(Korea Development Bank) & KITA(Korea International Trade Association) host NextRise 2021, Seoul on June 28th and 29th, at COEX, Seoul, with a view to support business collaboration and investments between and among startups and global corporates. Please refer to the official website of NextRise(www.nextrise.co.kr) to find out the list of global companies, venture capitals, accelerators and affiliated organizations attending this year.

In tandem with conferences, KDB & KITA have prepared 1:1 Meet-Ups with multinational corporations/venture capitals and startups to help startups engage in business collaboration with larger enterprises and attract investments from global investors.

Detailed schedule and venue will notified individaully to the selected companies.

(Please note that the meeting opportunities are only selectively open for startups short-listed by the global corporates, and venture capitals)

The list of global corporates and venture capitals participating in NextRIse 2021, Seoul is now available below. We are looking forward to connecting promising startups with the most appropriate business or investment partners through business meetings provided within NextRise.

Registration : HERE


The Bridge by S-GE - CCI France - Business France

With the support of S-GE, Business France in Switzerland and the French-Swiss Chamber of Commerce (CCIFS) are jointly organizing a unique event in Switzerland, bridging the gap between start-ups/innovative SMEs and corporates.

Corporates often find it difficult to collaborate with innovative startups. The latter face a real challenge when it comes to identifying the decision-makers among the corporates with whom they would like to work. Le Bridge links these two types of actors on both sides of the border. For startups, Le Bridge represents an opportunity to pitch their technology to major international groups in three minutes such as DPD, Akka Technologies, Sita, Soladis, SGS and Froriep.

The program is subject to change. The event will take place onsite or in virtual mode, depending on the development of the coronavirus situation.

Additional information: lebridge.ch/.

INFORMATION

DATE
TARGET AUDIENCE Innovative startups
ORGANIZER S-GE / CCI France / Business France
EVENT LANGUAGE English

French

COST OF PARTICIPATING CHF 200.- / CHF 400.- (with overnight stay)

MONDAY, JUNE 28, 2021

– ǀ AGENDA

  • Round Table | What are the keys to a successful collaboration between innovative Start-ups / SMEs / Corporates & Academics?
  • Round Table | Innovation: understanding the ecosystem and funding opportunities
  • Networking dinner on June 28th in the heart of Zürich-City

TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 2021

– ǀ AGENDA

  • Round Table | A French-Swiss view of cybersecurity
  • Round Table | What are the innovation trends in the mobility sector?

English spoken

PITCH PREPARATION WORKSHOP PRIOR TO THE EVENT, JUNE 14, 2021

– ǀ THEORETICAL PART - 90 MIN.

  • Intro 5'
  • Presentation of the startup programme, 5'.
    Presentation of registered startups, 1' per startup
    Workshop, 1h
    Q&A and next steps, 5'

The workshop will cover the following topics: event progress, how to make a good pitch without revealing too much (confidentiality issues) and a good follow-up, organisational differences between start-ups and corporates, specificities of the business in France and legal issues.

PITCH PREPARATION WORKSHOP PRIOR TO THE EVENT, JUNE 21, 2021

– ǀ PRACTICAL PART I - FROM 10:00 TO 12:00 AND 14:30 TO 17:00

Every startup will be offered a 15 minutes-slot for a test pitch and further feedback from our coaches. Steps :

  • startup presentation, 30''
  • business sector, 30''
  • use case, technology application, 90''
  • startup expectation 30''
  • financial aspects + team
  • technology maturity

PITCH PREPARATION WORKSHOP PRIOR TO THE EVENT, JUNE 22, 2021

– ǀ PRACTICAL PART II - FROM 10:00 TO 12:00

Same programme as the prveious day June 21, 2021. See above.


CASSINI Hackathon Switzerland

The Trust Valley 🇨🇭 is glad to support the forthcoming CASSINI Hackathon Switzerland, Digitizing Green Spaces. Coming on June 18-20th, this is a unique opportunity to hack with a purpose and leverage #EUSpace data & signals to access, understand and protect our nature.

 

Hack with a purpose at the CASSINI Hackathon Switzerland and leverage #EUSpace data & signals to access, understand and protect our nature.

Put your skills to the test and tackle on of our three challenges under the theme of Digitising Green Spaces. In Switzerland, the CASSINI Hackathon will be organized by Space4Impact with the goal to maximise the positive impact of space tech on Earth.

Join the event to find out how Earth observation and navigation data can support cities and rural areas in Switzerland to become smarter, greener, and more sustainable. Develop effective solutions to tackle our local themes, like car-less cities, air quality and forests and compete with teams all over Europe.

Space4Impact wants to maximise the positive impact of Space technologies on Earth by linking New Space companies to non-space markets. The goal is to internationally boost the growing New Space Economy in line with the UN SDGs. For this, Space4Impact created an ecosystem to help corporates, investors, and organisations, who want to integrate disruptive solutions, innovate, and accelerate their impact sustainably through space applications.

Learn more and register NOW: https://bit.ly/3bfIG5A


Petit Déjeuner 4.0 Chambre de commerce du Valais

Petit-Déjeuner 4.0 : La confiance numérique, quelle plus-value pour la clientèle ?

Sans confiance, l’économie ralentit : chaque transaction devient hasardeuse, la prise de risque recule et avec elle l’appétit entrepreneurial. Société connectée, applications curieuses, scandales des vols de données… la confiance est mise à mal à l’ère numérique. Comment la préserver et en faire un avantage concurrentiel ? Réponses avec quelques start-ups lémaniques.

Vendredi 21 mai de 08h00 à 08h45

Programme:

07h55 Ouverture du lobby

08h00 Mot de bienvenue et introduction, par Vincent Riesen, CCI Valais et Lennig Pedron, Trust Valley

08h05 Elevator Pitches des start-ups Tech4Trust Saison 2: We Can Group, Cyber-Safe et Cryptolex.

08h30 Table ronde et Q&A, animation Lennig Pedron

08h45 Clôture

Evénement en français

Lien pour s'enregistrer: ICI


World Summit on the Information Society Forum 2021

The World Summit on the Information Society Forum 2021 represents the world's largest annual gathering of the ‘ICT for development’ community. The WSIS Forum, co-organized by ITU, UNESCO, UNDP and UNCTAD, in close collaboration with all WSIS Action Line Facilitators/Co-Facilitators, has proven to be an efficient mechanism for coordination of multi- stakeholder implementation activities, information exchange, creation of knowledge, sharing of best practices and continues to provide assistance in developing multi-stakeholder and public/private partnerships to advance development goals.

E-Commerce & Cyber Security - Geneva-Tsinghua Initiative (GTI) 12:00–13:00 (UTC+02:00), Thursday, 29 April 2021

Thematic Workshop  Protecting the Consumer + Employee Data

In the age of big data, the digital economy and the digital world, one of the most critical components of online business is creating a trusted environment where potential customers can feel confident making their purchases online. Millions of people’s data, especially during online transactions on the internet, is shared by us all every day. This includes sensitive information like credit card numbers, personal identification numbers and login credentials which should be, but are not always, secure. Data security and privacy protection are essential for cybersecurity.

Event objectives: This workshop will provide participants with the knowledge and understanding of the most recent, critical cybersecurity challenges and difficulties in the e-commerce sector. This workshop aims to raise cyberspace security awareness and best practices worldwide to empower citizens with the knowledge of how to stay safe online and ensure more safe and secure internet spaces for all. By leveraging global expertise from different stakeholders in academic, private sectors and non-profit organisations, this panel will bring together a diverse set of experts to help you navigate yourself in cyberspace.

 

Register Here


Trust Valley meets silicon Valley

Trust Valley meets Silicon Valley

Exploring the relationship between trust and digital transformation to address the digital challenges society is faced with today.

 

Join us on Wednesday, 24 March at 8am in San Francisco, and 4pm in Switzerland. REGISTER HERE

 

We live in complex times where exploring the most pressing questions at the crossroads of technology and humanity is  imperative for the future of our society. At the heart of this process, we find trust. Trust emerges as the backbone of a digital transformation that is needed to address the digital challenges society is faced with today. How do we build trust in complex times?  How do we approach trust as we design digital technologies? These are some of the pressing questions we will explore on Wednesday 24 March in the first edition of “Trust Valley meets Silicon Valley”.

 

“Trust Valley meets Silicon Valley” is an initiative bringing together the brightest minds and subject-matter experts from two leading global hubs in technology leadership and cybersecurity: Switzerland and the Bay Area in  the United States. What can Switzerland and the Bay Area learn from each other when trust is the key link between technology and society?

 

As the world’s humanitarian and internet governance capital, Switzerland hosts a rich digital trust and cybersecurity ecosystem such as the Trust Valley–an alliance supported by multiple public, private and academic players based in Switzerland.

 

This event is co-organized by swissnex San Francisco, Trust Valley, the Consulate General of Switzerland in San Francisco, and Switzerland Global Enterprise/Swiss Business Hub USA.

 

Keynote speaker

Mitchell Baker

Mitchell Baker co-founded the Mozilla Project to support the open, innovative web and ensure it continues offering opportunities for everyone. As CEO of Mozilla Corporation, Mitchell is focused on accelerating the growth levers for the core Firefox browser product and platform, while investing in innovative solutions to mitigate the biggest challenges facing the internet.

As Chairwoman of Mozilla for the last two decades, Mitchell Baker has been responsible for organizing and motivating a massive, worldwide, collective of employees and volunteers who are building the internet as a global public resource, open and accessible to all. Mitchell is deeply engaged in developing product offerings that promote the mission of empowering individuals. She also guides the overall scope and direction of Mozilla’s mission. Mitchell has written the key documents that set out Mozilla’s enduring mission and commitments — the Mozilla Public License in 1998, the Mozilla Manifesto in 2007 and the Mozilla Manifesto Addendum — also known as the Pledge for a Healthy Internet — in 2018.

 

Panelist Bios

Brandie Nonnecke

Brandie Nonnecke, PhD is Founding Director of the CITRIS Policy Lab, headquartered at UC Berkeley. Brandie has expertise in information and communication technology (ICT) policy and internet governance. She studies human rights at the intersection of law, policy, and emerging technologies with her current work focusing on fairness, accountability, and appropriate governance mechanisms for AI. She is a Technology and Human Rights Fellow at the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School. She served as a fellow at the Aspen Institute’s Tech Policy Hub and at the World Economic Forum on the Council on the Future of the Digital Economy and Society. Brandie was named one of the 100 Brilliant Women in AI Ethics in 2021. Her research has been featured in Wired, NPR, BBC News, MIT Technology Review, Buzzfeed News, among others. Her research publications, op-eds, and presentations are available at nonnecke.com.

 

Heather Loomis

Heather Loomis is a Partner and Managing Director of Fund Strategy at Glynn Capital, a technology growth investment firm founded in Silicon Valley. In this strategic position, Heather is a member of both Glynn’s investment and business teams. She is responsible for creating and addressing opportunities within the market to ensure the firm remains at the forefront of technology investing. Most recently, Heather was Managing Director and Head of BlackRock’s Institutional Family Office Business in Canada and the Western U.S. Prior to BlackRock, Heather was a Managing Director at JPMorgan, responsible for managing a $13 billion dollar Fixed Income Business across the Western and Central United States. Heather began her career as a proprietary equity trader at First New York Securities in Manhattan. She has regularly appeared in broadcast and online media. Heather has been a spokesperson for sustainable investing and an advocate for women’s empowerment and financial education throughout her career. Outside of work, Heather sits on the Advisory Board of Tompkins Conservation. She led the San Francisco Council of the Natural Resource Defense Council (NRDC) for five years and sat on their board for ten. Heather graduated magna cum laude from Duke University and currently lives with her family in San Francisco.

 

Yves Daccord

Yves Daccord is a renowned humanitarian leader, international strategist, influencer and changemaker. His current focus is on the theme of security, social contract and the role of cities at the age of digital surveillance and pandemics, which is the subject of a special initiative he is leading at Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet and society. From 2010 – March 2020 Yves was Director-General of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), a global humanitarian organization employing 20,000 staff. A former journalist, TV producer and international relations expert, his ICRC career spanned more than two decades in a variety of posts and challenging contexts – including Israel and the Occupied Territories, Sudan, Yemen, Chechnya and Georgia. Yves is a Commissioner of the #Principles4Peace initiative. He is as well member of the Board of Trustees of ODI, of the Board of the International Human Rights Film Festival of Geneva, of the Board of the leading swiss newspaper LeTemps and of the Board of the Humanitarian Quality Insurance Initiative.

This event is co-organized by swissnex San Francisco, Trust Valley, the Consulate General of Switzerland in San Francisco, and Switzerland Global Enterprise/Swiss Business Hub USA.


Tech4Trust_6th Workshop Legal experts

On Friday 19th, be part of our Tech4Trust Legal Workshop  | 9am - 11am | Online 

Meet the experts in Legal such as :

- Yaniv Benhamou, Associate Professor at the University of Geneva, attorney-at-law

- Ria Kechagia, Scientific Collaborator on Intellectual Property and Privacy law

University of Geneva

- Sanja Fabrio, Co-founder et Managing Director at RegHorizon LLC

- Ilham Afdili, IP specialist, Senior Patent attorney

Agenda:

9h00: Welcome by Lennig Pedron

9h05: Cloud & Data Protection by Yaniv Benhamou

9h20: AI and data protection by Sanja Fabrio

9h35: Intellectual Property by Ilham Afdili

9h50: Interactive Q&A Session with Ria Kechagia

10h15: Wrap up and Closing


Swiss Cyber Security Days - 10&11 March 2021

Tech4Trust by Trust Valley will partner with Swiss Cyber Security Days in Fribourg

This Year, the Swiss Cyber Security Day, the biggest event in Switzerland dedicated to Cybersecurity will take place 100% digital.

The second edition of the SCSD will be placed under the theme of confidence in a hyper-connected digital society, in particular in connection with 5G, transport and e-banking. Cyber-attacks are seen around the world as the second potential danger hanging over the stability of society, especially in the era of the 4th Industrial Revolution. Cyberspace is the area where opportunities, but also risks, threats and damages, have increased the most in recent years. The SCSD wish to strengthen the transfer of knowledge in this field.

 

Key figures:

Trust Valley will animate a virtual booth open to the public, come to visit us!

We will start our Start-ups scouting for the NEXT Tech4Trust Season on the virtual booth.

Meet Edward Snowden with his Keynote

Bug Bounty, one of our Tech4Trust Start-up has been selected to do a Keynote during the event!

CyberPeace Institute Panel Discussion with Lennig Pedron, André Kudelski and Philippe Gillet SICPA.

More than 70 high-level national and international speakers

120 exhibitors (firms, universities, public actors and associations)

40 presentations reserved for best practice solutions

2,500 visitors expected

Link to registrer: https://swisscybersecuritydays.ch/tickets