In a new survey, parents are very concerned about their ability to protect their family’s digital safety and privacy. As their top priority, they want
In recent months, Trusted Future has conducted extensive public opinion research which found consumers are very concerned about the ways their activity may be being
At a time of increasing global tensions, our national security experts are warning that cybersecurity threats from authoritarian regimes are on the rise. We examine the heightened threat and highlight critical steps that businesses, tech users, and policymakers should take in this new environment.
Survey shows Americans trust U.S. companies – and device manufacturers in particular – most to close the technology trust gap and want government to support tech innovation and global competitiveness without additional mandates and regulation
Innovation is the key to economic growth, improved standards of living, opportunities for all Americans and even America’s strength on the world stage. At time when Washington is almost defined by hyper-partisanship, one of the few areas where there is real, meaningful bipartisan agreement is on the pending Bipartisan Innovation Act.
We share the view that mobile devices “present unique opportunities and challenges in adopting comprehensive zero trust models” and applaud CISA’s efforts to advance ZT from a mobile device perspective – especially given the dynamically changing and critical mobile threat environment. As mobile devices become even more essential to the way the government works, the way federal workers do their jobs, and the way agencies deliver services, it’s become even more essential that leaders incorporate proven trustworthy principles in their enterprise mobility strategies,
Anxiety is not translating into commensurate action to protect their personal data online. It is essential that those of us in technology leadership positions boost public awareness and help users adopt smart and simple steps they can take to regain control over their online security.
A senior delegation from Trusted Future traveled to Germany for the Munich Security Conference. We hosted a dinner at the conference site on Friday, February 18th featuring high-level European and American security, intelligence, law enforcement, and telecommunications industry officials.
Our survey research shows the various dimensions of today’s trust gap, explores the way it is impeding important digital progress, highlights the key factors which must be overcome, and explores the vast opportunities that can be achieved when we do. These survey results, when combined with other insights and research, highlight the need for pragmatic policy choices and provide a potential pathway for advancing trusted frameworks that can facilitate comprehensive action toward a more trusted digital future.
We stand on the precipice of a new era of technological progress and innovation with the potential to enable us to do things never before possible, vastly improve the quality of life for billions around the globe, and help solve some of our world’s most intractable problems. But it is becoming increasingly clear that we risk missing or delaying these transformational opportunities if people lack the foundational trust in the technologies needed to deliver them.