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Trustworthiness

When we talk about cybersecurity, it’s easy to get bogged down in technical details and abstract concepts. But right at the core of cybersecurity is the idea of trustworthiness—how can ordinary people be sure they can count on their devices to do what they’re expected to do and keep their sensitive data secure?

How might we help people understand how the concept of trustworthiness applies to cybersecurity? How can we trust devices and software we don’t really understand or even control, but have become reliant on?

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We are living in a hyperconnected time where digital access to all our personal data is literally at our fingertips.

We are living in a hyperconnected time where digital access to all our personal data is literally at our fingertips.

Photo of Katie Zwick
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Visual language designed to establish a lexicon of trust in an evolving landscape encompassing devices, locations, and our bodies.

Visual language designed to establish a lexicon of trust in an evolving landscape encompassing devices, locations, and our bodies.

Photo of Terrell Shaw
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Cybersecurity is a lot like sex as, generally speaking, it's a bad idea to expose yourself to strangers.

Cybersecurity is a lot like sex as, generally speaking, it's a bad idea to expose yourself to strangers.

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