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Raj Samani

Chief Scientist and Fellow at McAfee

Raj Samani is chief scientist and McAfee fellow for cybersecurity firm McAfee. He has assisted multiple law enforcement agencies in cybercrime cases, and is a special advisor to the European Cybercrime Centre in The Hague. Samani has been recognised for his contribution to the computer security industry through numerous awards, including the Infosecurity Europe hall of Fame, Peter Szor award and Intel Achievement Award, among others. He is the co-author of the book “Applied Cyber Security and the Smart Grid” and the “CSA Guide to Cloud Computing,” as well as technical editor for numerous other publications. He can be found on twitter @Raj_Samani.

Inspiring a Generation

Who is to blame for this lack of guidance? It would be easy to point the finger at the school system, but this is the same school system that arranged for external speakers to talk to these young adults about their chosen professions.
06/11/2015 11:02 GMT

The Cyber Manifesto

Although not a major topic in the campaign spotlight, we did see all of the major parties provide measures to attempt to address the growth in cybercrime in their respective manifestos.
13/05/2015 11:04 BST

Letting Your Kids Loose on Your Smartphone: What Are the Risks?

Today it is not uncommon to see children or even toddlers playing games on a parent's smartphone or tablet. It's an easy decision to hand over your device to a fractious child in the pub or on a train, but this can have unexpected consequences.
12/03/2013 15:06 GMT

Scams Are a Sport This Summer

Email inboxes are highly predictable. Any newsworthy event, whether a natural disaster, major sporting event, or even celebrity gossip inevitably invokes an email from an entrepreneurial individual with unscrupulous principles promising you something of value in exchange for personal information...
06/08/2012 11:13 BST

The Internet of Things: Surfing Securely

We are living in a world of sophisticated modern conveniences. Computer chips, embedded in all aspects of our daily lives, have made it possible to have access to all kinds of information whenever and wherever we need it.
03/04/2012 22:19 BST