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WiseKey launches Digital Security Task Force and ID Personal Cloud Services

22 January 2014  |  829 views  |  0 Source: WiseKey

WISeKey, the Swiss cyber security expert and World Economic Forum Global Growth Company Partner, will be spearheading multiple thought leadership events within the cyber security and digital neutrality space at this year's World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, taking place in Davos, Switzerland 22-25 January 2014, by organizing two events: Digital Security Task Force in partnership with OISTE.ORG and ID Personal Cloud Services launch during the Swiss Night.

WISeKey will host Swiss Night, an annual traditional Davos event that brings together international leaders from the public and private sector to celebrate Swiss innovation. At this year's event, WISeKey and the OISTE Foundation will be launching the Digital Security Task Force (DSTF). Under OISTE.org's leadership, the task force's central focus is to promote worldwide changes to the digital security environment, including neutrality, standardization, digital identification, trusted clouds, and data sovereignty for a more efficient cyberspace framework which will allow countries to use this model as reference for their national cyber security strategies. The DSTF plans to vigorously engage international organizations to cooperate in and contribute to the development, dissemination, and implementation of cyber security advancement, with a focus on the improvement of current conditions and mitigation of potential risks.

Davos delegates attending Swiss Night will receive complimentary subscriptions to WISePhone, the Voice Encryption application, and WISeID Personal Cloud allowing users to benefit from full protection of data and voice communications.

Additionally, WISeKey CEO Carlos Moreira will be presenting the company's deployment plan for Personal Secure Cloud Services, which makes 'Swiss' grade secure cloud storage available to users across the globe.

"2014 is the year we will see personal clouds move the gravity center from application-centric to personal centric models where users will retake the control of their personal data. Gone are the days of huge centralized clouds and ID metasystems with no respect to personal data. The trend WISeKey is launching this year is Personal Clouds. Developing localized personal cloud computing will localize and reduce the cost of the cloud technology" - Carlos Moreira, Founder/CEO, WISeKey.

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