Tim Cook, Sundar Pichai to Satya Nadella, KNOW how top tech CEOs are fighting cyber threats | Photos

Tim Cook, Sundar Pichai to Satya Nadella, KNOW how top tech CEOs are fighting cyber threats

With the rising challenge of online crimes, know how the major tech CEOs, such as Apple CEO Tim Cook, Google CEO Sundar Pichai, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and others are addressing the cybersecurity threats that their users are increasingly facing.

By: HT TECH
| Updated on: Mar 29 2023, 17:06 IST
Cyber security
Cybersecurity threats have become a major concern with a growing number of high-profile data breaches and cyber-attacks on companies of all sizes. The risk of cyber-attacks is expected to increase as more businesses continue to rely on digital technologies and the internet to operate. In response, top industry leaders are taking proactive steps to address these threats and ensure the safety and security of their organizations and customers. Let’s see how leading tech CEOs are addressing the situation. (Pexels)
1/5 Cybersecurity threats have become a major concern with a growing number of high-profile data breaches and cyber-attacks on companies of all sizes. The risk of cyber-attacks is expected to increase as more businesses continue to rely on digital technologies and the internet to operate. In response, top industry leaders are taking proactive steps to address these threats and ensure the safety and security of their organizations and customers. Let’s see how leading tech CEOs are addressing the situation. (Pexels)
Satya Nadella
Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft: Under Satya Nadella, the company has invested heavily in developing new cybersecurity technologies and solutions. Microsoft has developed advanced threat protection tools that use artificial intelligence and machine learning to detect and respond to cyber-attacks in real-time. Recently, the company has launched Copilot tools which uses OpenAI's new GPT-4 language system to ward off hacks and clean up systems after an attack.  (Reuters)
2/5 Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft: Under Satya Nadella, the company has invested heavily in developing new cybersecurity technologies and solutions. Microsoft has developed advanced threat protection tools that use artificial intelligence and machine learning to detect and respond to cyber-attacks in real-time. Recently, the company has launched Copilot tools which uses OpenAI's new GPT-4 language system to ward off hacks and clean up systems after an attack.  (Reuters)
Sundar Pichai
Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google: Google has developed some of the most advanced security technologies in the industry. Under Sundar Pichai, the company has continued to prioritize cybersecurity and has developed a range of tools and solutions to protect its users and their data. Google's Advanced Protection Program provides additional security features to high-risk users, such as journalists, politicians, and executives, to protect them against targeted attacks. (AFP)
3/5 Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google: Google has developed some of the most advanced security technologies in the industry. Under Sundar Pichai, the company has continued to prioritize cybersecurity and has developed a range of tools and solutions to protect its users and their data. Google's Advanced Protection Program provides additional security features to high-risk users, such as journalists, politicians, and executives, to protect them against targeted attacks. (AFP)
Jeff Bezos
Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon: The company has developed a range of cybersecurity tools and services, including AWS Shield, which provides protection against DDoS attacks, and Amazon GuardDuty, which uses machine learning to detect threats in real-time. (AFP)
4/5 Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon: The company has developed a range of cybersecurity tools and services, including AWS Shield, which provides protection against DDoS attacks, and Amazon GuardDuty, which uses machine learning to detect threats in real-time. (AFP)

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Tim Cook
Tim Cook, CEO of Apple: Apple has developed a range of security features, including end-to-end encryption and two-factor authentication, to protect its users' data. Additionally, Apple has taken a strong stance on data privacy and has refused to cooperate with government requests for user data, even in high-profile cases. (AFP)
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5/5 Tim Cook, CEO of Apple: Apple has developed a range of security features, including end-to-end encryption and two-factor authentication, to protect its users' data. Additionally, Apple has taken a strong stance on data privacy and has refused to cooperate with government requests for user data, even in high-profile cases. (AFP)
First Published Date: 29 Mar, 17:04 IST
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