• Tech firms sign pledge to refrain from helping cyberattacks

    8 days ago - By Phys.org

    Thirty-four global technology companies and organizations signed a pact Tuesday calling for a stronger defense against cyberattacks in any form and pledging to refrain from helping governments attack "innocent" civilians or enterprises.
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  • Facebook, Microsoft, and other tech companies pledge to never help governments launch cyberattacks

    Facebook, Microsoft, and other tech companies pledge to never help governments launch cyberattacks

    8 days ago - By The Verge

    Thirty-four major technology companies - including Facebook, Microsoft, HP, ARM, Cisco, and Oracle - have signed a new Cybersecurity Tech Accord. The pledge spans helping to protect against cyberattacks as well as to not helping governments - including the United States - “launch cyberattacks against innocent citizens and enterprises,” as first reported by The New York Times .
    According to the NYT , the driving impetus for the coalition has been Microsoft president Brad Smith, whose goal is, ultimately, to develop a “digital Geneva Convention” to set the rules for acceptable digital...
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  • Microsoft, Facebook and 32 other tech firms join CyberSecurity Tech Accord

    8 days ago - By CNN

    Microsoft, Facebook and 32 other tech firms signed onto the CyberSecurity Tech Accord, which represents a shared commitment to work together on cybersecurity issues.
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  • Microsoft among 34 tech companies joining forces to fight cyberattacks

    8 days ago - By Windows Central

    Microsoft is joined by a slew of major tech companies, including Dell, HP, Cisco, and more.
    Microsoft and 33 other technology companies have signed on to the Cybersecurity Tech Accord , a pledge to work together to combat cyberattacks and refrain from assisting governments in launching them.
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