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Promise + Peril in the Hypernetworked Now

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Slides from my keynote presentation to the Long Island chapter of the Contingency Planning Exchange on April 11, 2014. Given the audience, this presentation is a bit different from my usual keynotes. …

Slides from my keynote presentation to the Long Island chapter of the Contingency Planning Exchange on April 11, 2014. Given the audience, this presentation is a bit different from my usual keynotes. While I covered some of the same themes -- exponential change, Internet of Things, big data, social media, collaboration and connectivity, digital disruption, transformation, etc -- I focused heavily on the implication of these things on security, privacy, ethics and so on.

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  • 1. PROMISE + PERIL IN THE HYPER NETWORKED NOW
  • 2. 1 2 4 8 16 32 64 128 256 . . .
  • 3. source: TIME
  • 4. The internet of the BODY
  • 5. 50 BILLION things will be connected to the internet by 2020
  • 6. the number of people connected to the internet WILL DOUBLE by 2020
  • 7. ETHICST E HI C S
  • 8. PATRIOT? SPY?
  • 9. Image: Twentieth Century Fox
  • 10. DATA DELUGE
  • 11. “The more we learn about how our data is being harnessed, the more likely we are to re- evaluate the true cost. Some of us will start to trade our way out of the trade-your-data-for- services economy.”
  • 12. 52%of the companies ranked in the Fortune 500 since 2000 are GONE stat:
  • 13. “If the rate of change on the outside exceeds the rate of change on the inside, the end is near.” Jack Welch
  • 14. gregverdino.com | me@gregverdino.com | @gregverdino | +1.631.747.1451