Taking spyware and other mobile threats seriously
Last March, in the forward to the White House Cybersecurity strategy, the President wrote, “[W]hen we pick up our smart phones to keep in
DMA: To Preserve Robust Mobile Security, Policymakers Should Heed the Important Security Lessons From the ActiveX Era of the Internet
We’ve previously explained the many challenges European regulators face in implementing the Digital Markets Act (DMA), especially as it relates to the security consequences
How Companies Can Drive a More Resilient and Trustworthy Supply Chain
As the world becomes more focused on, and aware of, the ways social and environmental issues are impacted by the many decisions companies make,
Trusted Future Announces James Lamond as New Executive Director
Trusted Future is excited to announce that current Deputy Executive Director James Lamond will be the organization’s new Executive Director, following the departure of
Privacy, Equity, and Civil Rights Request for Comment
Thank you for the opportunity to comment on addressing the critical issues at the intersection of privacy, equity, and civil rights. We are delighted
DMA Implementation Workshop on App Stores – Hard to Square the Circle
The European Commission is moving forward on its implementation of the recently passed Digital Markets Act (DMA). To this end, it is holding a series
DMA Interoperability Ambitions Need to be Tempered by Reality
As the European Union and member states move forward with implementing the ambitious Digital Markets Act (DMA), they face some big challenges in terms
How Trusted Technology Can Help Better Protect Us Against Modern Digital Threats
Trusted Future recently co-hosted a discussion with the Munich Security Conference (MSC) on cyber and digital threats to the transatlantic community. The event followed
Government Experts in the U.S.: Don’t Sideload
Consumers download millions of mobile apps each year because they trust that the apps available on app stores have been vetted for malware, comply