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Speaking on ITV News at 10, Oct 2021


I previously worked in the police force for 14 years investigating computer crime in the Digital Forensics Unit and Cyber Crime Team in Dorset. I investigated 100s of crimes and spent much of my time in Crown Court producing digital evidence in a range of different offences ranging from fraud to murder.

In 2016 I was asked by Dorset Police to pilot a Home Office schemeJake Moore headshot whereby local forces were funded to implement cybersecurity advisors in order to make their local communities more resilient to ever increasing cyber threats. I was tasked with visiting companies across the county in order to help protect them and make them better protected to online threats.

Across my time in the police and at ESET, I have a catalogue of stories including murder investigations, breaking encryption, social engineering and even gaining entry to company networks ethically. Penetration testing with the police was a fantastic way of getting the message across to businesses who simply had their heads firmly in the sand.


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I currently offer virtual and live engaging and informative talks to businesses and conferences across the UK which include techniques to better protect your business in a highly entertaining way. I have delivered hundreds of talks across the country to large organisations such as Vodafone, The Bank Of England and Facebook as well as at conferences such as InfoSec and Digital Transformation (DX) Expo.

I offer a variety of talks which you can find on my Talks page. If you would like to discuss any of these further or hear one of my talks then please get in touch.


I have spoken on numerous national and international TV including the BBC, ITV, Channel 5, France 24, Al Jazeera, Euronews, NBC and Canadian CBC.


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