Graham Cluley, public speaker and independent computer security analyst.
Subsequently I was employed in senior roles by Sophos (where I founded the Naked Security blog) and McAfee. In 2011, I was honoured to be inducted into the Infosecurity Europe Hall of Fame.
Today, I work for myself. As well as being an independent blogger, podcaster, and talking to the media about computer security issues, you can also hire me to speak at your company's events or conferences.
I have given talks around the world at events such as Microsoft Future Decoded, RSA, Infosec, Web Summit, EICAR, AVAR, ICSA, ISSA, Virus Bulletin, Ja.net, Campus Party and the European Internet Security Forum.
Here's how to contact me.
I've also made thousands of international media appearances on TV, radio and print, including NPR, BBC, Sky, Fox, CNN, Mashable, and TechCrunch, as well as written columns on computer security for publications such as The Telegraph, IT Week, Computer Weekly, VNUNet and the BBC College of Journalism.
Check out some of the awards that I have been lucky enough to win.
And here are some nice things people have said about me.
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I can't promise to respond in person to every tip I receive because of the volume I receive, but I do read them all and write about as many as I can.
I'm sorry but I cannot respond to individual requests for troubleshooting or tech support. I also won't tell you how to hack your partner's Facebook account because you suspect they're cheating on you. Sorry.