At Salesforce, we understand the importance of relationships. And at the core of every strong relationship is trust. Which is why we so strongly believe in being open and transparent; in empowering businesses by demystifying cybersecurity with real-time monitoring and user-friendly tools to help protect your sensitive data.

Our Commitment to Customer Trust

Trust is your ability to depend on Salesforce’s security, performance and transparency. It’s the bedrock of our company, written in the DNA of our culture, technology, and focus on customer success. From our ever-growing team of cybersecurity professionals working across all clouds, to common security controls across all platforms, our trust-first culture is based on ensuring that our customers know their data is safe, and theirs — to be accessed when, where, and how they intend. 

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<h3>Secure Your Business For Tomorrow</h3>

Secure Your Business For Tomorrow

A Zero Trust strategy is the next evolution of how we’re moving our trust-first culture forward — for our customers and ourselves.

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<h3><span style="font-weight: 400;">Salesforce Security Guide</span></h3>

Salesforce Security Guide

Salesforce security features enable you to empower your users to do their jobs safely and efficiently.

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<h3>Protect Your Salesforce Instance</h3>

Protect Your Salesforce Instance

We believe security is a shared responsibility. That’s why we provide educational tools and resources to help you protect your data.

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Salesforce Data Security Solutions

Security. Privacy. Compliance. It’s on our minds, too. That’s why we created the products you need to protect sensitive data – all on the #1 trusted platform. With Salesforce privacy and security solutions, you can build securely and test with Data Mask, use Salesforce Shield to monitor threats and encrypt data, comply with privacy requirements with Privacy Center, and see all your security in a single view with Security Center.

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Blog Post
Brush-Your-Teeth Hygiene for Identity and Access Management

Many identity and access management (IAM) challenges are tied to basic hygiene.

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Internet Security and Building Trust: A Conversation with Taher Elgamal

The past, present, and future of cybersecurity, underlining the gravity of stopping malware and ransomware in time.

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Salesforce, Chief Data Officer of Trust: It's Very Easy To Be Complicated In The Data Space

Wendy Batchelder, Chief Data Officer of Trust, discusses her role, ways to ensure data quality, and the challenges of proving the worth of data governance in an organization.

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Can Closing the Cybersecurity Skills Gap Change the World?

There is an urgent need to close the current cybersecurity skills gap to ensure critical assets are protected.

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Blog Post
It's Not Enough to #Breakthebias

We should all pause, reflect, and recharge as we look to a future where gender equality is a reality.

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Discover the Many Paths to a Career in Cybersecurity

Hear from members of Salesforce's Women in Security group about their traditional, and nontraditional, career paths into cybersecurity.

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Cybersecurity Spending Isn't Recession-Proof. But It's Pretty Close

Due to regulatory forces and intensifying cyberthreats, experts say security budgets are more likely than other tech segments to be preserved during a slowdown.

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12 Steps to Building a Top-Notch Vulnerability Management Program

Experienced security leaders agree that vulnerability management should be programmatic to enforce action, accountability, and continuous improvement.

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Enabling Your Organization with the Right Data, at the Right Time with Wendy Batchelder

Wendy Batchelder SVP of Global Data Governance & Chief Data Officer of Trust, shares the pivotal experiences and risks she took along her career journey to be in the position to lead today.

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