Recently, I attended the annual Munich Security Conference and came away with a deepening concern about what I’m calling the “trifurcation” of the global technology ecosystem. The trifurcation is a further balkanization of the technology ecosystem as the West and China pull away from each other’s products and services, which is causing a bifurcation of global networks and data flows.
As the US seeks to crank up our innovation engine, drive a more trusted digital ecosystem, and harness emerging technologies to solve major societal challenges from tackling climate change to improving health outcomes, what can we learn from past “industrial policy” efforts to enable more inclusive solutions as governments attempt a more active role in shaping our technology future?
The European Commission is moving forward on its implementation of the recently passed Digital Markets Act (DMA). To this end, it is holding a series of
As the European Union and member states move forward with implementing the ambitious Digital Markets Act (DMA), they face some big challenges in terms of
In 1973, the first handheld cell phone call was made on a clunky phone that cost $4,000 at the time. In 1983, Time magazine put a personal computer on its
In a new survey, parents are very concerned about their ability to protect their family’s digital safety and privacy. As their top priority, they want
In recent months, Trusted Future has conducted extensive public opinion research which found consumers are very concerned about the ways their activity may be being
At a time of increasing global tensions, our national security experts are warning that cybersecurity threats from authoritarian regimes are on the rise. We examine the heightened threat and highlight critical steps that businesses, tech users, and policymakers should take in this new environment.
Survey shows Americans trust U.S. companies – and device manufacturers in particular – most to close the technology trust gap and want government to support tech innovation and global competitiveness without additional mandates and regulation
Innovation is the key to economic growth, improved standards of living, opportunities for all Americans and even America’s strength on the world stage. At time when Washington is almost defined by hyper-partisanship, one of the few areas where there is real, meaningful bipartisan agreement is on the pending Bipartisan Innovation Act.