Dylan is a well-respected voice in the tech community, published in the Guardian, the New Statesman, NBC News, Fox News, Al Jazeera, CBS News, the Gateway Pundit, CBC Radio and more. He has taken a strong stance on digital privacy, understanding the nuances of the Internet and how personal freedoms should apply across platforms.
In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal and GPDR coming into place in the EU, companies have finally woken up to make sure their public image isn't tarnished by their data practices and consumer-facing privacy strategy. Privacy isn't just a slogan anymore, it's the key to avoiding a financial and public relations disaster. Dylan ensures you can enforce ethical practices while safeguarding your public image.
As well as offering consultations around data protection and privacy, Dylan is rapidly becoming an influential voice in the realm of the Internet's role in mental health. Currently writing and publishing a book on the topic as well as speaking at multiple conferences, Dylan shows people how social media and the Internet in general is negatively affecting their mental health, and how it should be used as a tool for good. Businesses need to rapidly adapt and understand how smartphones are negatively impacting their employees.
Dylan is a privacy consultant for Presearch.org, as well as consulting for organizations such as the ACLU in the past.
To contact Dylan for a privacy, data protection, or mental health consultation, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.