Trust Our Technology? Hmmm. Let’s Think.

Posted June 5, 2020 in Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies, Data Analytics & Digital Technologies Cutter Business Technology Journal
Cutter Consortium Senior Consultant and frequent contributor Paul Clermont uses his well-known “straight talking” style to paint a clear picture of the “broad scope of threats” we are facing. He uses anthropological analogies to explain the “circles of trust” we use in deciding what to believe. Clermont doesn’t shy from the potential conflicts among information transparency, privacy, and intellectual property. He then looks at the proper role of governments in creating the frameworks and standards that can help improve trustworthiness.
About The Author
Paul Clermont
Paul Clermont is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium's Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies practice. He has been a consultant in IT strategy, governance, and management for 40 years and is a founding member of Prometheus Endeavor, an informal group of veteran consultants in that field. His clients have been primarily in the financial and manufacturing industries, as well as the US government. Mr. Clermont takes a… Read More
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