are links to some "non-academic" articles that I have written
(or contributed to) for a variety of media.
- Fax machines and coffee pots -
the surprising ways you could be hacked,
The Conversation, September 5th, 2018.
- Why 50,000 ships are so
vulnerable to cyberattacks,
The Conversation, June 13th, 2018.
- Happy 10th birthday iPhone,
the nearest thing to a secure pocket computer,
The Conversation, June 28th, 2017.
- Does the UK need or even want
a `Great British Firewall'?, The
Conversation, September 20th, 2016.
- Will superfast `quantum'
computers mean the end of unbreakable encryption?,
The Conversation, August 24th, 2016.
- Could encryption `backdoors'
safeguard privacy and fight terror online?,
The Conversation, January 26th, 2016.
hack: perhaps we'll finally take cybersecurity seriously,
The Conversation, November 15th, 2015.
hack shows how far we are from deciding acceptable
'security norms', The Conversation, March 2nd, 2015.
come before computers in cybersecurity, The
Conversation, January 23rd, 2014.
3301: the mystery keeping cryptologists awake at night,
The Conversation, January 1st, 2014.
vital that our banks score well in cyber war games,
The Conversation, November 18th, 2013.
- Cyber Security Experts:
Inspiring the Next Generation, Cyber Talk
Issue 8, Spring 2016.
- The Cryptography Wars
and the real need for backdoors, Cyber Security Law
and Practice, Vol.1, Issue 7, October 2015.
Skills Crisis: A View from Academia, Infosecurity
Magazine, Vol.12, Issue 4, October 2015.
Security Education, Qualifications and Training, IET
Engineering and Technology Reference, 10th April, 2015.
cyberspace no-one can hear you scream, Infosecurity
Magazine, 19th April, 2013.
the UK on the brink of a cyber security skills crisis?
Computing Magazine, November 2011.
needs quantum key distribution? The OUPblog, July
the iPhone's 10th Anniversary, Think about How Much Your
Smartphone Knows about You, Scientific American,
12th September, 2017.
and ransomware: it's time you got serious about cyber
security, London Connection, 16th May, 2017.
safety tips, Security Matters, Endsleigh Life, 6th
Turing's Cryptographic Legacy on the OUPblog