Roslyn Layton, PhD is an international technology expert who explains the economics, security, and geopolitics of broadband.
She is Senior Vice President of Strand Consult and Visiting Researcher at Aalborg University Copenhagen where she earned a doctorate in internet economics. She served on the Presidential Transition Team for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
Roslyn founded the think tank China Tech Threat for policy to protect Americans’ privacy, security and prosperity from malicious technology produced by the People’s Republic of China. Her research examines cybersecurity, radio spectrum economics and security, business models for broadband cost recovery, and the security advantages of 5G versus Wi-Fi.
Roslyn serves on the Program Committees of the International Telecommunications Society and the Telecom Policy Research Conference. She is a an advisor to the Foundation for American Innovation and the Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue. For more information, see RoslynLayton.com
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