“Have a strategy for what you do when you are attacked, because you will be attacked.”
Trust is the fundamental building block of human connection, whether in business, life or networked technology, such as the Internet of Things. Yet in today’s digital economy, trust is increasingly threatened. High profile headline-grabbing data breaches have made trust a topic of discussion in policy circles and while it may sound counter-intuitive, organizations must move to a zero-trust model in order to create connectivity consumers can trust.
For our hyperconnected world to reach its full potential, there must be credible trust between technology and people. In this session, I’ll detail how businesses can build that trust and emerge stronger – and safer – as a result, using a framework that consists of three pillars — security, privacy and control.
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