December 5, 2012
We are pleased to present the results of the 2013 State of the Endpoint study sponsored by Lumension® and conducted by Ponemon Institute. Since 2010, we have tracked endpoint risk in organizations, the resources to address the risk and the technologies deployed to manage threats.
Ponemon Institute is pleased to present the results from its annual Most Trusted Companies for Privacy Study. The study tracks consumers’ rankings of organizations that collect and manage their personal information. Now in its seventh year, the research identifies the overall top performing companies and industries perceived by consumers to be most trusted for their privacy practices. (Click to download)
I want to share an article with you that I think has a tremendous lesson for anyone in the business of building trust. The article is from a recent edition of Foreign Policy (reprinted from Joint Force Quarterly), but don't let the source put you off. Admiral Michael G. Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, writes about what it takes to establish credibility and build trust.
Admiral Mullen's perspective is different from yours and mine, but there are nuggets here that are vital no matter what your business.
Here's one paragraph that stands out for me:
"That's the essence of good communication: having the right intent up front and letting our actions speak for themselves. We shouldn't care if people don't like us; that isn't the goal. The goal is credibility. And we earn that over time."
The goal is credibility. And we earn that over time.