The contribution of electronic trade (e-commerce) platforms to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Facilitating the development of electronic trade / e-commerce platforms will have a positive impact on small and medium enterprises (SMEs), – especially in the least developed countries. At its turn, this would help to promote inclusive and sustainable economic growth and employment, thus making a contribution to end poverty and impacting positively on several points of the sustainable development agenda.

Table-ronde – réunion annuelle du WEF, Davos, 21 janvier 2015

La table ronde a été modérée par Carlos Moreira, PDG WISeKey, et a compté avec la participation de Radu-Popescu Zeletin (Fraunhofer Fokus) ; Thomas Andersson directeur de l’IKED et coordonnateur du consortium GINI ; David Fergusson, PDG de The M&A Advisor; Jean-Manuel ROZAN, PDG de Qwant et a eu le privilège de recevoir Fadi Chehadé, Président de l’ICANN comme commentateur.

Addressing Identity of People and Things, Privacy, Security and Trust in the Cloud

As part of the World Economic Forum in Davos, WISeKey sponsors a side event on how to find a new footing for the development of solutions to critical, unresolved issues in identity management, privacy, security and trust in digital communication. Fraunhofer Institute for Open Communication Systems (FOKUS) has also provided co-sponsorship.

The content is planned under the joint responsibility of the International Secure Electronic Transactions Organization (OISTE), based in Geneva, Switzerland; and the International Organization for Knowledge Economy and Enterprise Development (IKED), based in Malmö, Sweden. It is also a reflection of the project “Global Identity Networking of Individuals – Support Action” (GINI –SA) of the European Union. GINI proposes a roadmap for a new model of digital identity management:

Matching the speed of the running code: public awareness and digital identity management

Founded in 1998, OISTE was created with the objectives of promoting the use and adoption of international standards to secure electronic transactions, expand the use of digital certification and ensure the interoperability of certification authorities’ e-transaction systems.

The OISTE Foundation is a non for profit organisation based in Geneva, Switzerland, regulated by article 80 et seq. of the Swiss Civil Code.