Our productivity, knowledge, and communications have accelerated at a remarkable rate because we have effective and efficient devices, applications, and networks.
Unfortunately, these technologies are vulnerable.
Frequently, we see them used for fraud, exploitation, and deceit. Malicious actors, aided by poorly informed users, have created a crisis in trustworthiness, which is quickly becoming a central feature of the modern world.
Citizens, customers, employees, suppliers, and others have raised their expectations that trust requires services to be reliable, available, secure, and private.
Around the world, governments have debated, passed, and implemented laws and regulations requiring protection of personal information.
Businesses and governments have lost value and reputation through security breaches.
Cylance was formed specifically to address the privacy and security of information assets. We understand the need for trustworthy products and services and has incorporated safeguards into its design, development, deployment, and operations activities.
Cylance also provides its customers and partners with effective anti-malware solutions that are trustworthy, and we believe it is necessary to discuss trust in the digital marketplace in bold and clear terms.
Download our whitepaper Trust in the Digital Age (PDF) to learn more.
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This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog post authored by The Cylance Team. Read the original post at: Cylance Blog