The global expansion of modern technology has brought about considerable change, as well as several challenges, such as increasing anonymity online. Internet has since become an ideal space for human traffickers to recruit and exploit victims, in faster and more cost-effective ways. The new reality of COVID-19 may be pushing this further afield, including by increasing the use of technology to facilitate criminal conduct and disrupting prevention and response services. Despite the pitfalls of technology in the context of human trafficking, technology can be, however, a defining factor in increasing the capacity of anti-trafficking responses beyond traditional human resources. On 12 May 2020, ICAT has discussed current challenges and solutions with the ITU-led World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) as part of its TalkX Webinar Series - Listen to the audio podcast here.