Lennig Pedron has expertise in cybersecurity applied to the digital trust economy. She is the executive director of the Swiss initiative "Trust Valley" at EPFL Innovation Park Foundation. The Trust Valley is a centre of excellence in digital trust and cybersecurity on Lake Geneva. Lennig is co-founder and President of the ICON NGO, based in Geneva, EPFL Innovation Park, Brussels, Paris, London and Rennes. iCON brings together an international community of experts working on trust in cyberspace, with a focus on cybersecurity and emerging technologies. The NGO has created a tool and training called "Master your Digital Identity” which is made available to citizens to help raise awareness with the youth generation to the challenges of digital trust and dangers of the Internet. Lennig specializes in the "human factor" and she is an advisor and a trainer to various audiences such as the EPFL Innovation Park Foundation, prosecutors, Police, industry, banks, medical professionals and also to the youth generations. She is also a founding member of the Swiss label Cyber-Safe.ch and is an expert of the group of data protection for the Swiss Confederation (2020-21).
Lennig created a summer school to reflect on responsible behaviors in cyberspace, which led to a meeting of 25 stakeholders from public-private sector.
Lennig represents iCON at the Council of Europe. She was also a judge for the Challenge 9/12 GCSP (Geneva Centre for Security Policy) challenge.