The Reality of Power in the Digital Age - how the most precious commodity of the digital age is being fought over, won, lost and transformed. From politics to journalism, business to crime, he shows how power has escaped from its old bonds, where it has gone, the shape it nows takes and how it touches each of our lives. And, of course, what will happen next.
Digital crime and cyber security - Carl draws on going on a cyber-crime raid with the police, going to the the largest annual gathering of hackers in Las Vegas, even trying to do some cyber-crime himself. He shows how we're all living through an extraordinary moment: the worst crisis of law enforcement in the history of modern policing.
How to win the digital revolution - is this a protect yourself piece as title implies more organisational winning? Can these take aways be incorporated into digital crime talk rather than separating out and then can tailor depending on brief, thus clearly differentiating speaking areas in marketing collateral.
Five people you’ve never met, who are changing the world – possible after dinner talk or entertaining keynote - be good to have up sleeve (good option, but will monitor traction, success may depend on book performance).
Information Warfare Began with Cats - highly topical right now, great area to cover
The Two Faces of the Future of Journalism - might be a bit too niche, but happy to include, ultimately might appeal to publishing sector which tend to not have much budget for internal sector specific events, however no harm in including.
Carl speaks to audiences around the world about what the digital revolution really means to them and how they can keep ahead of it. He draws together immersive first-hand reporting from around the world with data and evidence to describe how every single aspect of our lives are changing in often unseen yet important ways: how global trends in crime have largely moved it online, how politics is in upheaval, how professional journalism is being choked and changed, digital geopolitics, and how business in the digital age sits on a knife-edge between two visions - the largest companies in the world, or a world without companies at all.
In all his keynotes, Carl draws on his decade of experience researching the digital world. He is the author of over a dozen major reports, including on the influence of the the internet on radicalisation, policing and counter-terrorism, hate crime and social media, conspiracy theories, digital democracy, and changing identities and beliefs in the digital world. He has spent time with police cyber-crime teams, interviewed cyber-criminals, visited information warfare officers, spoken with fake news merchants, presidents, spies and digital ministers. He has teamed up with investigative journalists to investigate shadowy protocols, and with dark net investigators to uncover online assassination markets.
The Hidden Reality of Power Today. How the most precious commodity of the digital age is being fought over, won, lost and transformed. From politics to journalism, business to crime, Carl will talk about his year-long journey to track down the real trends in power today: where it has gone, the shape it now takes.
Risk and Volatility in the Digital Age. Whether it is a crisis of law enforcement or the production of fake news, enormous disruptions to markets or the undermining of political systems, Carl will explain the important, and often hidden risks that digital technologies have created.
Digital Crime and Cyber Security. Carl draws on going on a cyber-crime raid with the police, going to the largest annual gathering of hackers in Las Vegas, and even trying to do some cyber-crime himself to show how we're all living through an extraordinary moment: the worst crisis of law enforcement in the history of modern policing.
How to Win the Digital Revolution. From hackers to cyber-criminals, citizen journalists to fake news merchants, information warriors to digital presidents, what are the lessons that we can all learn from those on the front-lines of the digital revolution?
Synthetic Media. Is seeing believing? Maybe not. Carl talks about the struggle between truth and lies online. He covers the rise of attention hacking, fake news, and information warfare. How new technology can create fake photos and videos that look very, very real. How social media platforms are being systematically subverted, and how militaries increasingly fight wars in information. It's a new arms race, but one everyone is part of.
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"The digital presentation really inspired me"
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