Tag Archives: cybersecurity

The Internet of Things Could Kill You, Or At Least Jab You With A Screwdriver

By | November 27, 2017

  Lucas and his killer robots. Photo: JW (This is the transcript of my BBC World Service piece which ran today. The original Reuters story is here.)  I’m sure you’ve seen those cute little humanoid robots around? They’re either half size, or quarter size, they look like R2D2, and if you believe the ads, they could play with… Read More »

Mind the air-gap: Singapore’s web cut-off balances security, inconvenience | Reuters

By | August 23, 2016

A piece I co-wrote on Singapore’s decision to effectively air-gap most of its government computers — beyond security, military and intelligence. This is not something they’ve done lightly, but it does feel as if they might not have thought it all the way through. On the other hand, there were quite a few people I spoke to who… Read More »

Spy in the Sky – are planes hacker-proof?

By | May 27, 2015

My take on aviation cybersecurity for Reuters: Plane safe? Hacker case points to deeper cyber issues: “Plane safe? Hacker case points to deeper cyber issues BY JEREMY WAGSTAFF Security researcher Chris Roberts made headlines last month when he was hauled off a plane in New York by the FBI and accused of hacking into flight controls via his underseat… Read More »

Reuters: Beyond the Breach

By | February 9, 2015

My piece on disruption in the cybersecurity space. Too many companies and ideas to mention in Reuter-space, but it’s a start.  Thanks to Ian Geohegan, as ever, for his editing touch.   Beyond the breach: cyberattacks force a defense strategy re-think | Reuters (Reuters) – A barrage of damaging cyberattacks is shaking up the security industry, with some… Read More »