Ahead of his appearance at this year's European Communication Summit (June 13-14), we spoke to hacker-turned-consultant Dr.
At a wedding a few years ago, I sat next to a moral philosopher who asked me if I was ethically comfortable teaching people to dodge questions (i.e. lie) for a living.
We have all experienced those moments in the car when we would rather be doing anything else other than sitting in a traffic jam, twiddling our thumbs while gazing out of the windscreen at the rear braking lights of the car in front, hoping that t
For businesses around the world, it is now a question of when rather than if a data breach happens. With fines threatened by GDPR for failure to report a security breach, the pressure to defend your data has never been higher.
Open economies grow faster and have more spread of technology and ideas, but the erosion of public trust and the persistence of economic uncertainty are opening the door to protectionism and isolationism.
Bjorn Ihler was a teenager enjoying a few days away at a Norwegian youth camp when he found himself starring into the barrel of a loaded gun held by right wing extremist Anders Breivik.
In October 2015, The Economist published its cover story about bitcoin and, more compellingly, the key technology that supports it: blockchain.
My most uplifting moment in 2017 was watching freshly elected French President Emanuel Macron walk across the courtyard of the Louvre to the sound of Beethoven’s Ode to Joy, the official anthem of the European Union.
People may not have had enough of experts after all.