In a world where we leave trails of data no matter what we do, digital trust and cybersecurity are paramount. But who controls our digital identity? More than ever before, we have to trust computer systems to keep our personal information safe. This is especially true in Thailand, where the digital revolution is happening at an incredible pace. While Thais spend an average 9.38 hours per day online, privacy and data protection are not widely discussed in the country, particularly among young people who tend to trust more in technology than in political institutions.
This is the topic of discussion in the upcoming documentary, Third Person, which takes viewers on a journey through Thailand’s startup scene to explore how entrepreneurs are tackling issues of personal data and cyber security. With social media changing the way we interact with each other and build our societies, it’s more important than ever to retain control of our digital identity. How can we do this while continuing to reap the benefits of a digitally connected world? Join our Founders’ Valley host on this thought-provoking exploration of the future of digital trust and cybersecurity.