Cyberattacks in the U.S. were up 57 percent last year and will cost the global economy an estimated $10.5 trillion by 2025.  As the value of data increases, tech is keeping that data safe and preventing attacks before they happen.  In this week’s Tech At Work, see how tech is launching new innovations, partnerships, and resources to keep consumers, businesses, and the federal government protected from cyberattacks.

How Tech is Preventing Cyberattacks Before They Happen 

Box collaborated with an AI-powered security platform to combat cyber threats in real time, detect malicious files, ransomware, and suspicious activity, and secure content in the cloud.

Mastercard teamed up with the U.S. Secret Service and other organizations to share intelligence and crack down on scams such as phishing and malware that target global financial and payment systems.

Visa partnered with a leading security operations partner to make it easier for clients to anticipate and protect against cyber threats.

Google launched new products and features to help people protect their privacy online and released a series of videos to help educate Americans on cybersecurity best practices.

Amazon’s MadPot threat intelligence tool is protecting partners and customers from cybercrime and raising the bar for cybersecurity globally.

Comcast provided small business owners with seven key security recommendations to protect their businesses including educating users, applying security patches, and preparing an incident response plan.

Verizon shared how it’s protecting customers from cybercrime and created a series of industry tip sheets that are relevant year-round.

Meta is making its platforms more secure by removing known covert influence operations from Russia and China, reducing the ability for hate organizations to successfully operate online, and using AI to build safer systems.

New in Tech 

Accenture and Google Launch New Cybersecurity Center of Excellence

Accenture Federal Services and Google Public Sector launched a new Cybersecurity Center of Excellence to help U.S. federal agencies rapidly detect and respond to increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks using both human-centered security services and AI.

What We’re Saying

TechNet Submits Comments to the FEC on Artificial Intelligence in Campaign Ads

TechNet Submits Comments on the FCC’s Proposed Rule on Cybersecurity Labeling

Before You Start the Weekend

From how to spot a phishing email to ransomware protection, Dell is providing tips to help business owners improve their cybersecurity capabilities.  Watch to learn more.