IT Security

Decoding the digital trust in technology

Published on July 05, 2024

Why watch?

In today’s dynamic digital landscape, trust has become the cornerstone of successful online interactions and transactions. As our lives become increasingly intertwined with digital technology, understanding and fostering digital trust is more important than ever. Whether you’re a business leader, a tech enthusiast, or simply someone who values online security and privacy, this episode of Thinking Tech offers essential insights that will help you navigate the digital world with confidence.

We’ll break down the concept of digital trust, explaining how it influences our interactions with technology, companies, and each other. You’ll gain insights into how digital trust impacts your business and why it’s crucial for maintaining secure and reliable digital environments.

What you’ll learn

  • What digital trust is.

  • The impact of trust on organizational success.

  • The five pillars of digital trust.

  • How to build a strong foundation of transparency and credibility.

Priyanka Roy

Priyanka Roy

Senior Enterprise Evangelist, ManageEngine

Priyanka Roy is a Senior Enterprise Evangelist at ManageEngine. She takes a keen interest in the business and societal impact of technological advancements in the fields of cybersecurity, data privacy, and artificial intelligence.

As part of her role at ManageEngine, Priyanka has liaised with top analyst research firms such as Gartner, Forrester, and EMA to study the trends that influence the IT management landscape. She closely works with ManageEngine’s technical teams to keep herself updated with the latest innovations disrupting the IT industry.

An English literature graduate with an MBA degree in Marketing, Priyanka’s expert opinions, industry insights, and research material have been featured in numerous publications, including CSO Online, EdTech UK, and Dataversity.

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