A Cambridge University graduate, Amy Hawkins is a tech journalist specializing in censorship and society in China. She has written for Wired, the Guardian, the Sunday Times, Foreign Policy, and other major international publications.
Her time spent as a researcher and journalist in Beijing has granted her a unique, real-world insight into Chinese life, allowing her to create uniquely insightful and relevant writing on its modern tech and privacy landscape.
An experienced software engineer and programmer, Ben Dickson has turned his extensive first-hand technical knowledge into detailed tech industry insight and analysis. In addition to founding his own tech site full of original thinkpieces and advice guides, he’s also written for such tech heavyweights as Gizmodo, Tech Crunch, PCMag, and VentureBeat.
Davey Winder is a three-time BT Information Security Journalist of the Year Award winner, a recipient of the Enigma Award for Lifetime Contribution to Information Security Journalism, and an author of over 20 published books in the field of IT.
One of the most popular and critically acclaimed tech journalists in the UK for the past 30 years, Davey’s writing can be found in PC Pro, Forbes, IT Pro, Infosecurity Magazine, and more.
Jennifer Baker is one of the internet’s foremost EU policy and tech legislation journalists. She’s the recipient of a lengthy list of awards, having been named one of Onalytica’s top 100 influencers on data security (2016), Politico’s top 20 women shaping Brussels (2017), and ZN Consulting’s top EU technology influencers (2017, 2018, 2019).
This recognition has seen Jennifer feature for tech heavyweights such as ArsTechnica, The Next Web, ComputerWeekly, Macworld, PCWorld, and The Register.
Megha is a freelance journalist based in Delhi, India, who specializes in business and development throughout the subcontinent.
Her exceptional first-hand reporting has been featured in publications like the New York Times, Forbes, the Financial Times, the Wall Street Journal, Wired, as well as seeing her receive the Overseas Press Club of America Morton Frank Award for best business journalism abroad.
An American journalist based in Ho Chi Minh City, Michael uses his unique position to provide rare on-location insight into Vietnam and its culture through a Western lens.
He has a degree from the University of Pittsburgh in Political Science and History and is currently Editor in Chief of Saigoneer, the largest English language website lifestyle publication in Vietnam. He has also written for the Guardian, the Washington Post, the Telegraph, the Atlantic, South China Morning Post, and more.
With an extensive portfolio of research and writing on the convergence of Asian society and technology crafted right from the centre of it all, Nithin coca is a well-travelled, multifaceted features journalist.
He’s written on the latest digital trends all throughout South and East Asia for publications including the Daily Dot, the Diplomat, Motherboard, Engadget, and Quartz.