Introducing a collection of Principle Use Cases
In an effort to lead by example, the Partners of the Charter of Trust are pleased to present a collection of Principle Use Cases.
It is at the heart of the Charter’s mission to help build a more cyber-secure digital ecosystem and we believe our 10 Principles can serve as useful guidelines to companies around the globe to increase their cyber-resilience and future-proof their products and services.
Now, the Principle Use Cases by the Partners of the Charter of Trust offer a new way to see how the Principles can be applied in real life. In these Use Cases, the Partners illustrate the cyber challenges they faced and how the Principles helped them find effective solutions. We hope the Use Cases can inspire and enable others so we can build trust in digital technologies together.
So far, there are two Principle Use Cases available for consultation.
AES discusses their approach to on how to have companies increase the cybersecurity awareness of their employees and shares their take on implementing new and innovative training model that drives engagement.
Allianz shares their best practices concerning keeping employees aware of cyber risks and up-to-date with how to self-protect against cyber-attacks.
Atos shares their take on Threat Intelligence sharing and bringing together experts from various partners and why this is a smart move.
Bosch discusses what approach can businesses take to resolving problems concerning Artificial Intelligence by detailing their experience based on the VCIO approach.
IBM‘s contribution falls on the discussion of how can companies ramp up their cybersecurity capacities and upgrade skills to provide a confident response to incidents. IBM shares their take on how they trained their customers to be proactive responders.
Mitsubishi shares their take on developing a joint approach among partners to establish common cybersecurity awareness practices
NXP Semiconductors shares their take on the varied and diverse security risks with IoT devices and what solutions can be pursued, in particular the implementation of the high security standards for both critical suppliers and own products.
Siemens‘s contribution falls under the scope of the Charter of Trust’s Principle 2 “Responsibility throughout the digital supply chain”. Drawing from experience, Siemens shares its best practices and lessons learned concerning improving a cybersecurity posture.
TotalEnergies, in line with Charter of Trust’s Principle 2 “Responsibility throughout the digital supply chain”, shares on how they defined a cyber-governance covering their entire organisation.
Stay tuned for more insightful Use Cases to come.