During the morning session “Safer Services in a Digital Society” many members of the distinguished panel called for an international standard in cyber security.  Through a public and private partnership, consumers should enjoy a “framework of trust” from one retailer or financial institution to another.  While Joe Jarzombek, from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, called for more stringent regulation and accountability of software developers in today’s internet based, global market.  Mr. Jarzombek argues that many software programs in use today are being used outside of the developer’s original parameters.  Additionally, Willam Piatt of General Services Administration, suggested a global standard of privacy bill of rights, giving consumers the choice to “opt in” to lesser forms of privacy on the internet.  With so many differences of opinion on what actually constitutes cyber security, Dr. Julie Ryan called for an immediate, unified approach to this international threat.