Swiss company ADB has joined the Cybersecurity Tech Accord, a global initiative aimed at promoting digital peace and protecting users from cyber threats.
As a result, ADB is now with a coalition of over 150 prestigious technology companies, including Microsoft, Meta and HP, committed to upholding the Accord’s four driving principles, namely building stronger defences to protect all internet users around the globe; opposing any offensive cyber-attacks; empowering people, businesses and developers to protect themselves; and taking collective responsibility with fellow Accord members to mitigate threats.
According to ADB’s CEO, Malgorzata Ott, “Preserving the highest quality security standards is part of ADB’s DNA. Our unwavering commitment to protecting our customers and fostering a secure digital environment aligns perfectly with the Accord’s principles”.
Established in 2018, the Accord has played an increasingly important role as the tech industry’s voice on matters of cyber peace and security online. Today it is the largest industry-led effort of its kind.