My interview on BBC Radio Foyle about the decline in people sending Christmas cards & whether electronic e-cards are a viable alternative.
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How organised is organised cybercrime?
My interview in The Sunday Times Raconteur report on “How organised is organised cybercrime?”.
Net Neutrality is dead
My interview on BBC Radio Foyle about the US FCC voting to dismantle net neutrality regulations that prohibited broadband providers from blocking websites or charging for higher-quality service or certain content.
EU Needs Larger Budget, Int’l Cooperation to Tackle Cybercrime
My interview with Sputnik on the European Union being unable to tackle cybersecurity attacks, which threaten individual member countries, such as the one alleged by German domestic intelligence services to be perpetrated by Chinese intelligence, without a larger budget and wider cooperation.
Is Facebook “ripping society apart”?
My interview on BBC Radio Foyle Mark Patterson show where we discuss comments made by Chamath Palihapitiya, former vice-president of user growth, who expressed regret for his part in building tools that destroy ‘the social fabric of how society works’.
BBC Radio Ulster Talkback – Politicians abused on social media
My interview on BBC Radio Ulster Talkback with David McCann and Kellie Armstrong in wake of Committee on Standards in Public Life (CSPL) urging the government to introduce new laws on extremist and abusive content.
North’s technology sector ‘must reinvent itself for next decade’
Piece surrounding my talk with Tim Brundle at the reception to mark eir’s 10th anniversary in the North.
MoneyTaker hackers reportedly steal £7.5m from ATMs
My interview with BBC Technology news on the latest bank attacks by a sophisticated hacking group.
BBC Radio Foyle – Smartwatches
My interview on BBC Radio Foyle Mark Patterson show about smartwatches.
BBC “The View” – Twitter, where politicians can get themselves into trouble
My interview on BBC One “The View” show on the dark side to Twitter.