My interview on Highland Radio about a nationwide test of the UK’s emergency alert service which will take place on 23rd April. At around 3pm, a message will pop up on phones around the country and automatically stop after 10 seconds. Phone or tablet users will need to tap ‘OK’ or swipe away the notification.
Twitter removes Blue verified badge of non paying users
My interview with BBC Radio Foyle on the removal of traditional Blue tick Twitter accounts. We also discuss the UK emergency alert system.
Rape victims’ charities had data stolen in attack on Derry company
My interview on BBC News about organisations dealing with rape and sexual abuse victims who had their data stolen following a ransomware attack on a company in Derry.
Cyber attack: Data from charities stolen in ransomware attack
My interview with BBC Radio Foyle on hackers stealing data from charities and community organisations in a cyber attack on a Londonderry-based IT company.
Evide manages data for about 140 organisations across the island of Ireland and the UK, including groups that work with victims of sexual crime. It was targeted in a ransomware attack last month.
The government’s plans to regulate artificial intelligence with new guidelines on “responsible use”
My interview on BBC Radio Foyle about the government’s plans to regulate artificial intelligence with new guidelines on “responsible use”.
4G on the Moon, & Broadband Price increases
My interview with Mark Patterson on BBC Radio Foyle on latest Technology such as 4G on the Moon, Franch banning all ‘recreational apps’ and as usual…the end of the world.
How can public sector bodies go on the front foot against cyber threats?
My interview with Public Technology on how critical it is for organisations to strengthen their cyber hygiene, boosting resilience to combat threats proactively.
Public emergency alerts to be sent to all UK smartphones
My interview with BBC Radio Bristol on a siren-like alert that will be sent to smartphone users across the UK next month to test a new government public warning system.
Singapore government says officers can only use TikTok on issued devices on a ‘need-to basis’
My interview with Today Online about Public officers being allowed to use TikTok on Singaporean government-issued devices only on a “need-to basis” under existing policy.
TikTok: UK ministers banned from using Chinese-owned app on government phones
My interview on BBC Radio Ulster about British government ministers been banned from using Chinese-owned social media app TikTok on their work phones and devices on security grounds.