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PwC Luxembourg TechTalk

Ah, technology. To quote Steve Jobs, arguably the most famous disruptor of our time, "we have no idea how far it's going to go". Whether you're the savviest techy around or a complete tech-dummy or somewhere in between, join Carla Santos, a journalist eager to learn more on tech, and Armin Prljaca, who’s curious about the human side of it, during their bimonthly talks with experts.

Dec 20, 2021

This episode of TechTalk is a special Christmas edition! In this one, we talk with Sybil Pasquier and Andrew Whiteside, who are Digital Accelerators at PwC Luxembourg, about how technology has changed this festive time. They’ll share with us their personal experiences and maybe some Christmas stories too. Give it...

Dec 13, 2021

Could the HR function escape the Attila of the XXI century, namely, the digital horde? You know the answer!

Digital tools that can ease tasks related to people management and, in turn, help to boost the digital transformation of organisations are already out there. They are called Human Resources information systems, or...

Nov 29, 2021

The words ‘design’ and ‘design thinking’ have joined the list of the ‘buzzwords’ of the decade, being thrown around in summits, workshops, conferences and even in the office’s small break room. It’s to reckon, though, that not everyone using these terms fully understands what they stand for. 


Nov 15, 2021

Have you ever got a phone call from someone posing as a representative from a legitimate entity asking you for your personal information, or worse, telling you that your bank account has been compromised and they need your credentials? This is just one example of Social Engineering tactics, but there is more.

In this...

Nov 2, 2021

In this episode of TechTalk, we speak with Paul Oor, who is an independent Security and Data Protection Consultant and Project Manager, about the reason(s) why Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs), Data Protection Officers (DPOs) and Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) should work closer.