As the world (or at least, myself) begins to emerge from Lockdown, in-person events are returning. For me, this was initiated with an excellent trip to Manchester, experiencing Matillion’s Super All Hands gathering, meeting with new colleagues that had until that point merely been faces on a collage of Zoom tiles. As part of the […]
This week I was interviewed for the Disaster Protocol Security Podcast. My theory is that no one else was superstitious and didn’t want to risk being on number 13, so they got stuck with me…..
Yesterday I had the pleasure of attending the Digital Security & Governance for SMEs at Northumbria University. The purpose of the event was to help SMEs better understand that threats targeting their information systems, their responsibilities in securing personally identifiable information (PII) and to introduce NUWARP
Tonight was the second NEBytes event, and after the launch event I was looking forward to it. The topic I was most interested in was a discussion of Microsoft’s Direct Access (DA), this was billed as an ‘evolution in remote access capabilities’. Being a security guy, obviously this piqued my interest.
Well, the year is nearly over and it seems everyone is in a reflective mode so I thought I’d join in. And I’m glad I did, didn’t really just how turbulent year I’ve had.
Last week I had the pleasure of being asked to speak at Northumbria University, presenting to students of the Computer Forensics and Ethical Hacking for Computer Security programmes. As I graduated from Northumbria a few years ago it was interesting to come back to see some familiar faces and have a look at how the […]
I jumped the gun slightly when I said previously that there was no recording of my talk, the camera managed to catch the first 2+ minutes of the presentation. Just enough time for a brief overview of the intention behind honeypot systems. Direct Link. The rest of the Super Mondays event was recorded more successfully. […]