I talk to the press about significant events and trends in software and security

I often chat to the media about issues relating to online security, either as a result of research I've been involved in or as an independent voice on topical issues. This ranges from commentary in online pieces, to television appearances, to radio, to national news and to documentaries. Much of the time this is in a very consumer-centric context where I explain technology for the "layman", that is to put technical concepts in language that anyone can consume.

Frequently, media pieces are as a result of my work on Have I been pwned, particularly in the wake of major security incidents such as the Ashley Madison data breach. This frequently involves commentary on how systems are compromised, the nature of the data obtained by online attackers and how this information is sold and traded in underground circles.

I've made appearances in many global publications over the years including:

The Washington Post LifehackerFORTUNECIO MagazineThe Sydney Morning HearldABCThe New York TimesNetwork SevenWiredBBCThe Wall Street JournalSBS Forbes PCWorldTIMECNNTechcrunchCNETGizmodo

I'm happy to contribute to any pieces I can add insight to. Get in touch via the contact page if you'd like further information.