We seem to be in a trust deficit these days. Breaches – especially amongst security tech companies – continue apace. Ransomware attacks now have spread to data hostage events. The dark web is getting larger and darker, with enormous tranches of new private data readily for sale and criminal abuse. We have social media to thank for fueling the fires of outrage, and now we can self-select the worldview of our social graph based on our own opinions.
In this story for SiliconANGLE, I discuss the decline of digital trust and tie it to a new ISACA survey and a new effort by the Linux Foundation to try to document and improve things.