High-Tech Bridge is proud to be a member of the following information security organizations in Switzerland and abroad:
Online Trust Alliance
The Online Trust Alliance’s (OTA) mission is to create an online trust community, promoting business practices and technologies to enhance consumer trust and the vitality of interactive marketing, ecommerce, governmental and online financial services. OTA is the only global organization which represents the broad Internet ecosystem supporting user choice and control, protection of critical infrastructure, privacy and data governance, promoting marketing best practices, balanced legislation, benchmark reporting, and self-governance. OTA is governed by a sectorial Board and Steering Committee and is a member of leading organizations committed to collaboration. High-Tech Bridge is a member of the OTA Advisory Council.
As the world’s first not for profit comprehensive global public-private partnership against cyber threats, the International Multilateral Partnership Against Cyber Threats (IMPACT) is the cyber security executing arm of the United Nations' specialized agency - the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). IMPACT provides ITU’s 192 Member States access to expertise, facilities and resources to effectively address cyber threats, as well as assisting United Nations agencies in protecting their ICT infrastructures. IMPACT brings together governments, academia and industry experts to enhance the global community’s capabilities in dealing with cyber threats.
ITU - Global Cybersecurity Partnership
The ITU Telecommunication Development Sector (ITU-D) is one of the three sectors of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU); it is responsible for creating policies, regulation and providing training programs and financial strategies in developing countries. Private sector that groups leading security companies joined efforts to support ITU Cybersecurity program for developing countries. High-Tech Bridge is providing UN ITU member-states with on-demand web application security assessment of governmental websites as a part of the program.
Open Sourced Vulnerability Database: OSVDB
OSVDB is an independent and open sourced web-based vulnerability database created for the security community. The goal of the project is to provide accurate, detailed, current, and unbiased technical information on security vulnerabilities. The project hopes to provide a truly comprehensive vulnerability database with extended features to better facilitate searching, information classification, and references. HTB Security Advisories covering vulnerabilities in various well-known products and web applications are regularly posted on OSVDB’s website.
CLUSIS (Club de la Securite de l'Information Suisse) is a Swiss Information Security Association founded in 1989, that consists of more than 223 members today. CLUSIS has become a recognized source of information security expertise in Switzerland by organizing various data security and integrity conferences and meeting driven by leading Swiss information security experts. CLUSIS contributes to information security awareness and improvement in French, German and Italian parts of Switzerland.