Intel public policy: How Intel promotes innovation worldwide
Government and industry are concerned that the increasing organization and sophistication of cybersecurity adversaries is leading to more frequent and severe cybersecurity incidents. Security is one of Intel’s three main computing pillars (along with power-efficient performance and connectivity). The company is at the forefront of efforts to improve cybersecurity as both a consumer and developer of cybersecurity technologies, and has invested billions of dollars in security technology. Intel integrates security technology into our products and creates specific cybersecurity hardware and software under our Intel Security brand.
Intel supports cybersecurity and privacy legislation and regulation that will promote trust in Intel products and technology and help governments, businesses, and individuals better secure their networks, intellectual property, and data. To accomplish these goals, we encourage governments to focus on bipartisan consensus approaches to improve cybersecurity and privacy while fostering IT innovation. We have advocated against regulatory approaches to critical infrastructure or supply chains that could impact product design and development and set bad precedents globally. To build sound cybersecurity policy, we ask government to focus on the following: