Global Cybersecurity & Privacy Group Leader Adam Golodner moderated the “Delivering the Digital Infrastructure: Complex Connections in the Hyperweb World” panel discussion at Dartmouth College’s Tuck School of Business on April 16, 2015.
The panel examined the changing business, policy and legal issues with an expanding ‘hyperconnected’ infrastructure of hardware, software, and applications and services. Not only are traditional infrastructures (telecoms, wireless, satellite, cable) converging and being built out at different rates globally, but the applications and services (cloud, social media, Internet of Things, software and a service) are now part of the ‘infrastructure,’ too. The event examined the clashing of these business and regulatory models, the shifting winners and losers, and role of policy, security, privacy, and consumer expectation plays in this evolving global trend.
Adam was joined by Andy Geisse, advisor to the NetNumber board and recent CEO of ATT Business Solutions (responsible for 50% of ATT revenue); Chris Weasler, Global Head of Spectrum Policy and Connectivity Planning for Facebook (leader in Internet.org, Facebook project to connect the unconnected through high-altitude long-endurance planes, satellites and lasers); and Dan McCall, Vice President of Citrix Systems.
The event, part of the Britt Technology Impact Series, was attended by Tuck students and faculty, and video will be posted on the web. The Britt series was founded by Glenn Britt, former Chairman & CEO of Kaye Scholer client Time Warner Cable. Adam is an Executive Fellow at Tuck’s Center for Digital Strategies.
April 16, 2015