As Britain faces the threat of possible cyber-attack from Russia, Rob comments on what the UK Government can do to mitigate the risk.
Rob talks about NATO’s cyber defence exercise to which Australia has sent an official observer following recent cyber attacks on Australian businesses.
Rob joins Fran Kelly of ABC to discuss what can be done about online extremism.
Rob discusses the WannaCry ransomware attack which affected a large number of organisations globally, notably Britian’s NHS.
Rob joins a panel to discuss the computer virus WannaCry which affected major organisations including Britain’s NHS, French car maker Renault, international shipper FedEx, and Russia’s banks and interior ministry, as well as the Spanish telecoms company Telefonica.
Rob discusses privacy and security aspects of the modern connected world.
Rob joins a panel to discuss encryption and whether governments should have the right to snoop on what we share online.
Rob and the panel debate private and state internet surveillance
Rob provides insight in to how hackers may have stolen thousands of customer credit and debit card details from the British Airways website and app.
In this article written by Rob, he explains that the Millenium Bug was not an example of “overhype” but a disaster avoided by years of planning, re-work, and a lot of testing…
Rob discusses the risk and possible impact of cyber security breaches to major stock exchanges.
Rob discusses the alleged hacking of EU diplomatic cables after a private cybersecurity company discovered sensitive documents online and released them to journalists.
Rob comments on the Bloomberg magazine article alleging that China’s military has placed microchips into widely used computer systems.
Rob tells Newsweek he remains unconvinced about the alleged Wi-Fi security issue reported by SureCloud, saying “In essence, this report demonstrates that passwords to unencrypted portals over unprotected Wi-Fi can be captured, which shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone.”
Rob comments on the Check Point report which said WhatsApp bugs could let hackers “spread misinformation from what appear to be trusted sources”.
Rob comments on governments’ use of cell-site simulators to monitor citizens’ mobile communications.
Rob explains why Britain has to fend off thousands of cyber attacks every day.
Rob comments on the global WannaCry ransomware attack.
In this interview Rob discusses key cyber issues including cyber criminals, cyber defence, and the importance of national cyber strategies.
Rob comments on the upcoming report from the Huawei Cyber Security Evaluation Centre (HCSEC) which is set to shame Huawei over lack of resolution on issues previously raised.
Rob comments on the threat of cyber-terrorism.
Rob is interviewed about cyber security firm Kaspersky Lab’s move out of Moscow to Switzerland in an effort to address concerns arising from its exposure to Russian intelligence services.
Rob is interviewed about the second annual review by the UK Government’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), published on 16th October. The NCSC revealed it has handled 1,167 cyber incidents, including 557 in the last 12 months, the majority of which “were undertaken by groups of computer hackers directed, sponsored or tolerated by the governments of those countries”.
Rob is interviewed about the security threats from Chinese companies building 5G networks, and the request by Admiral Lord West, a former First Sea Lord who served under Gordon Brown as a security minister, for the government to set up a unit reporting directly to the prime minister to monitor the risk posed by Chinese equipment in 5G.
Rob provides his opinions on what a cyber war would look like.
Rob comments on the massive breach of US-based Equifax, in which it lost the personal data of millions of people to hackers.
Rob advises users how to protect themselves from Facebook scammers.
Rob comments on the vulnerabilities of Twitter accounts and why it’s really important that security measures are put in place.
Rob comments on the threat of cyber attacks by Russia.
Passwords belonging to British politicians, diplomats and senior police officers have been traded.
Rob comments in this article describing how old technology is being used to combat today’s threats.