TTIGF 2020: Meet our Panelists

Fake News & Its Impact on You

Mark Lyndersay
Editor at TechNewsTT
Opinion Leader Columnist at Newsday

Mark Lyndersay is a writer and photographer working in Trinidad and Tobago for the last 44 years.

He is the editor of, an online news publication covering technology developments in Trinidad and Tobago founded in 2014 and writes BitDepth, a weekly column which has explored personal technology continuously over the last 25 years.

He is the editor of the OpEdTT opinion leadership section of the web publication

Mark Lyndersay currently writes his column, features and weekly opinion leaders for first publication in Trinidad and Tobago Newsday.

Police Sergeant presently attached to the Cyber & Social Media Unit {T.T.P.S} Highly motivated police officer with 21yrs service having pursed achievements in Mobile and Computer Forensics.  Extensive training and experience in Intelligence Gathering, Data Analysis, Digital Forensics and Investigations, Proactive Internet Investigations, Seizure of Digital Evidence, Cellular Communication Forensics.

Sergeant Daniel is responsible for the Management of Telecommunication Data From Service Providers to Police Officers with the intent of giving them an investigative approach. Liaison officer Minister National Security, mobile and computer forensics extraction supervision.

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Ian C. Galt
General Manager – Enterprise Services
Telecommunications Services of Trinidad & Tobago Limited

Ian Galt is a veteran of the ICT and Telecommunications Sectors with over 40 years of knowledge and experience.

Ian joined TSTT as the General Manager of its Enterprise business in April 2019. 

Prior to this Ian has spent the last 27 years working for four Multinational ICT / Telecommunication Companies and one Caribbean region Conglomerate in an Executive capacity.

These include Digicel Central America and the Caribbean, (Chief Revenue Officer), ANSA McAL, (Group CIO followed by Services Sector Head), Cable and Wireless PLC, (Managing Director Products and Services followed by Managing Director Government Business), and Fujitsu, (Country Manager followed by Executive Vice President Caribbean and Central America).    

During this time Ian has sat on over ten Boards and has been the Chairman of eights Boards. Ian presently also sits on the Board of the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce. He has worked extensively in the UK and Europe for over ten years in addition to having extensive experience in multiple Caribbean locations.

He was intimately involved in the build-out of Trinidad and Tobago’s first Tier 3 Data Center Facility and had Executive oversight of the launch of a number of the initial Managed and Cloud Services to be launched and made available in the Caribbean.
Ian completed his Secondary education in the UK and is an Honors Graduate of International Technical Institute, Tampa, USA.