Leading Expertise in Cyber Security

The Swiss Cyber Security Days represent Switzerland‘s leading expertise in cyber security in an international environment. They bridge the knowledge gap between technology and the population and provide insights into current and future threats and innovative solutions for specialists and users.

12 & 13 February 2020, Forum Fribourg


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Discover the program

(Keynotes & Tech Tracks)

Trust in a hyper-connected, digitized society



Smart cities, smart grids, connected cars, medical IT, health, IOT, connected everything.

Cyber Security


New technologies are being developed at a shockingly rapid pace and creating additional security needs at the same time.

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Cyber Security


A sector being severely disrupted by digitization.

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Swiss Cyber

E-government, e-defense and e-education.

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The growth of internet users is set to explode, especially when everything and everyone becomes connected.

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Secure Cloud

How can we keep data secure in the cloud?

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With digitization and Industry 4.0, we are on the verge of, or already in, a new era of major social change. The two-day event is a forum with experienced national and international speakers, and an innovative exhibition area with great interactive potential reflecting Swiss technical expertise and innovative solutions

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Download the program (Keynotes & Teck Tracks) as PDF 

Sheila A. Berta

Head of Research at
Dreamlab Technologies
Hacking hardware devices by

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Matias Soler

Senior Security Researcher at
Intel STORM team
Trashing like it is 1999:
Unsolicited forensics on GPS
trackers .....

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Yamila Levalle

Security Researcher and
Consultant at Dreamlab
Bypassing biometric security
controls with 3D printing ......

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Nicolas Waisman

Principal Security Engineer at
Open Source Security, from
seed to sprout in one query ....

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Keynotes pass


(accessible with conference pass)

  • Main stage
  • 800 seats
  • 16 sessions
  • Supported sessions for theme partners
  • Simultaneous interpretation
  • Curated by program commission


(accessible with conference pass)

  • Side stage
  • Approx. 150 seats
  • Approx. 16 sessions
  • Supported sessions for theme partners
  • Simultaneous interpretation
  • Curated by program commission

Best Practice

(accessible with exhibition pass)

  • Two stages in exhibition area
  • Each 100 seats
  • 40 sessionsreserved for sponsors
  • Curated bysales team and special projects

Collaboration with the WEF Centre for Cybersecurity (c4c) and high-profile speakers at the 2020 edition

Cybersecurity experts will gather again in Fribourg on February 12–13, 2020. The second Swiss Cyber Security Days (SCSD) will take place under the theme “Trust in a

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Doris Fiala to preside at Swiss Cyber Security Days 2020

Everyone is talking about digitalization and cyber security, but few know how this shift started and what its impact will be. More than any other area of our lives, the online realm. ….

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Connected to a Secure Future

Connected to a secure future! Under this motto, we will dine and “network“ on the first evening in a speciallydesigned catering area. What are the topics that interest …..

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Become a partner

The Swiss Cyber Security Days place great value on partnership and offer flexible universal packages. As a unique informational and interactive event, the Swiss Cyber Security Days offer a platform for solid and sustainable partnerships with leading companies. Awareness and image transfer and trust building are at the top of our wish list and those of our sponsors and partners.

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Cyber Resilience SÀRL

Pérolles 9

CH-1700 Fribourg

+41 26 552 50 94

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Smart City, Smart Grid, connected car, medical IT, Health, IOT connecting everything

Everything is getting connected. Enabling and providing new interesting and efficient way of doing things better. By introducing new ways, the societal, security implications and consequences shall be explored.