We are proud to announce that ThreatModeler Software Inc has officially joined the Cybersecurity Tech Accord to promote a safe online world and protect users against malicious threats. Along with 60 other global companies such as Microsoft, LinkedIn, Facebook, CISCO, among others; we are committed to protect and empower civilians online and to improve the security, stability and resilience of cyberspace.

As the industry’s #1 automated threat modeling platform, we are dedicated to protecting data from cyberattacks by implementing an out-of-the-box software that will not only prevent, but mitigate potential risks and vulnerabilities. We believe our collaboration with Cybersecurity Tech Accord as a new signatory will increase the security of cyberspace.

“In an increasingly interconnected world, cybersecurity has become one of the biggest concerns for businesses and governments. Acting alone, every company, no matter how big, will struggle to make a real impact. There is a need for a worldwide perspective, for common values and coordinated actions. The Cybersecurity Tech Accord is an important step forward in this regard,” said Steve Wanklin, Group Chief Cybersecurity Officer, Capgemini.

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By joining the agreement, the signatories from Cybersecurity Tech Accord agree to commitments in four areas:

Stronger defense

The companies will mount a stronger defense against cyberattacks. As part of this, recognizing that everyone deserves protection, companies pledged to protect all customers globally regardless of the motivation for attacks online.

No offense

The companies will not help governments launch cyberattacks against innocent citizens. Enterprises will protect against tampering or exploitation of their products and services through every stage of technology development, design and distribution.

Capacity building

The companies will do more to empower developers, people and businesses that use their technology; helping them improve their capacity for protecting themselves. This may include joint work on new security practices and new features the companies can deploy in their individual products and services.

Collective action

The companies will build on existing relationships and together establish new formal and informal partnerships with industry, civil society and security researchers to improve technical collaboration, coordinate vulnerability disclosures, share threats and minimize the potential for malicious code to be introduced into cyberspace.

(Go to Cybersecurity Tech Accord official website here)

About ThreatModeler

ThreatModeler is an automated threat modeling tool that strengthens an enterprise’s SDLC by identifying, predicting and defining threats across all applications and devices in the operational IT stack. This automated platform works with all types of computing environments.

To learn more about how ThreatModeler™ can help your organization build a scalable threat modeling process, book a demo to speak to a ThreatModeler expert today.


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