BBC Click and Tweetchats

Spent a day with the BBC, and hosted a tweetchat. Just an ordinary day, no biggie.Link to the tweetchat moment: GDPR tweetchat Tweetchat blog isn’t about, but keep your eye on http://ift.tt/1s8wHrF for info

RANT, Steelcon, and that shirt!

One man, two conferences, three days. The conferences http://ift.tt/29JwqL2 http://ift.tt/2uc7aIJ My band, Host Unknown hostunknown.tv

The Ransomware Song

It’s a parody deliberately intended to be as bad as possible as a form of artistic expression depicting the state of security in the world today set against the backdrop of the rise of ransomware. Seeking to answer the mysteries of humans, life, and the universe.

Why hacking will increase

A theory based on macroeconomic factors. Clearly, bad people that want to do bad things will always find a way.

Not talking about Petya

Definitely not talking about Petya http://ift.tt/2sllLfX

$1m Ransomware

If you were asked to pay a million dollars to get your files back… would you?

Things I learnt from Wolf

If you don’t know Wolf Goerlich, you should check out his youtube channel. He started less than 2 years ago making short security videos during his commute to work. Youtube.com/user/jwgoerlich This method of utilising his commute time for something practical, coupled with his consistency has allowed him to build up a large collection of, well […]

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Making Sense of WannaCry

Whenever a calamity befalls, it’s only natural for people to try and rationalise and identify the problem. As is now happening with the WannaCry ransomware outbreak that affected the UK’s NHS service, and other services in over 100 countries. People are discussing what should have been done to prevent it. On one hand, there’s a […]

Looking busy when working from home

I work from home. To some this seems like the ideal situation, and in many ways it is. My commute to the “office” takes 30 seconds, I never get caught up in traffic, there’s always good food, and I don’t have to worry about what I’m wearing. But there are many downsides to a home […]

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When culture eats awareness for breakfast

European startup CLTRe founded by Kai Roer has spent the last couple of years examining the security awareness and user behaviour problem through the lens of security culture. Based on findings over the course of 2016, CLTRe has produced its first annual Security Culture report, co-written by Roer and Gregor Petric, Ph.D., an Associate Professor […]