Digital Trust-The Hindu-28-09-2022
GOVERNNANCE AND ETHHICS
Context: State of digital trust report 2022 has been released by ISACA.
Digital trust is the confidence users have in the ability of people, technology and processes to create a secure digital world.
Digital-trust leaders are defined as those companies with employees who follow codified data, AI, and general ethics policies and that engage in at least half of the best practices for AI, data, and cybersecurity
Digital trust brings the confidence in users have in the ability of people, technology and processes to create a secure digital world. Digital trust is given to companies who have shown their users they can provide safety, privacy, security, reliability, and data ethics with their online programs or devices.
Digital Trust is a necessity in a global economy reliant on ever-increasing connectivity, data use, and new innovative technologies. To be trustworthy, technology must be secure (ensuring connected systems’ confidentiality, integrity, and availability) as well as responsibly used. The lack of assurances regarding these two aspects has led to a digital trust deficit.