Microsoft, Facebook and several other big names in the Cyberspace want to end cyber attacks of all kinds.
The purpose of Facebook and Microsoft’s moves is to enhance Internet security, but also to further sensitize the public in this direction. The big internet players have come up with a set of principles to follow in order to make it increasingly difficult for cyber attacks to be successful.
These principles speak for the protection, in every way, of products and services customers of companies, the complete opposition to cyber attacks against citizens and companies, the effort to empower users to deal with cyber attacks in some way, along with taking over initiatives on the part of companies to enhance cyber-security.
Altogether, 34 companies operating in Cyberspace have signed the Cybersecurity Tech Accord, as it is called. Among these companies are big names, such as: ARM, Microsoft, Facebook, Github, LinkedIn, Telefonica.
For its part, Facebook is proceeding with new security settings for its users, based on the GDPR rules, with European users of the most popular social network being the ones with the new tools available to them.
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