OP-EDS

When Personal Data is Under Attack, Strong Encryption Can Help Protect It
As hackers become increasingly sophisticated, they are targeting our personal data and stealing it at unprecedented rates. As a result, too many of us
Is the European Commission cyber serious—and are executives tracking the cyber future?
Executives and boards today must pay attention to global public policies and act to protect their interests, customers, and trust in their brand. Proposed
Mobilizing a Connected Technology Moonshot To Accelerate Climate Progress
At a time when surging temperatures led to the hottest year on record, leaders around the globe are searching for new and innovative ways to
In Promoting Cybersecurity, Everyone Has A Role
Technology today is changing at a near-breakneck pace. There are exciting new developments constantly taking place, with the potential to improve lives and tackle
Legislation should not make security worse: How executives can take action
In September, I moderated a discussion in Brussels for the Munich Security Conference focusing on tech regulation in a time of strategic rivalry. The
Pragmatic Steps to Deliver Digital Connectivity, Trust, and Opportunity For All
At a time when access to the digital world has become increasingly indispensable for almost every aspect of modern life, one of the greatest
G7 leaders put security stake in the ground—global competition policymakers and enforcers can too
Leaders of companies today need to pay attention to geopolitical, legislative, and regulatory issues. The advancement of technology is stressing governments out, and sometimes
Global trust and technology networks: Beware the trifurcation
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
Will 2023 be the year we make big progress on privacy?
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