All attendees of Swiss Cyber Storm 2019 agree to be bound by the Swiss Cyber Storm Code of Conduct.
Swiss Cyber Storm aims to provide welcoming and professional environments so that diverse groups of people – regardless of age, race, gender identity or expression, background, disability, appearance, sexuality, walk of life, or religion – can get together to learn from and be inspired by each other about all things Security.
Swiss Cyber Storm is committed to a fruitful and positive environment and ask all our members, speakers, volunteers, attendees and guests to adopt these principles. In line with the Swiss Constitution we acknowledge that the well being of a community is measured by the well being and the comfort of the minorities within said community. We value your participation and appreciate your help in making this a great conference for everyone.
Respect yourself, and respect others. Be courteous to those around you. If someone indicates they don’t wish to be photographed, respect that wish. If someone indicates they would like to be left alone, let them be. Our event venues and online spaces may be shared with members of the public; please be considerate to all patrons of these locations.
We ask everyone to be aware that we will not tolerate intimidation, harassment, or any abusive, discriminatory or derogatory behavior by anyone at any event or online.
Safety Team Contacts
If at any time during the conference you feel unsafe or want to report questionable behavior, please contact a member of the safety team. Volunteers (Official T-Shirts) will be able to point them out to you.
Noël Zindel, 076 380 21 92
Franziska Bühler, 079 463 65 26, @bufrasch
Behavior and Procedure
Complaints can be made to the organizers by contacting the people named above or by contacting the registration desk. All complaints made will remain confidential and be taken seriously. The complaint will be treated appropriately with discretion. Should the event organizers deem it appropriate, measures they may take include:
What does that mean for me?
All participants, including event attendees and speakers must not engage in any intimidation, harassment, or abusive or discriminatory behavior.
Here are some examples of behaviors that have not occurred at Swiss Cyber Storm and we will not start to tolerate them in the future:
We want everyone to have a good time at our events. So far, this worked nicely. And we want to keep it that way.
If you’re not sure about anything you’ve just read, please contact the organizers or the people named above.
This document is loosely based on the Australian PyCon Code of Conduct for 2018. It is available to be re-used or modified under the terms of the
Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Switzerland licence, available from CreativeCommons.org.