David Emm

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David Emm is Principal Security Researcher at Kaspersky Lab, a provider of security and threat management solutions. He has been with Kaspersky Lab since 2004 and is a member of the company’s Global Research and Analysis Team. He has worked in the anti-malware industry since 1990 in a variety of roles, including that of Senior Technology Consultant at Dr Solomon’s Software, and Systems Engineer and Product Manager at McAfee. In his current role, David regularly delivers presentations on malware and other IT security threats at exhibitions and events, highlighting what organisations and consumers can do to stay safe online. He also provides comment to broadcast and print media on the ever-changing cyber-security and threat landscape. David has a strong interest in malware, ID theft and the human aspects of security. David is a knowledgeable advisor on all aspects of online security.

Articles By David Emm

Children Believe Everything they Read Online

“State-Sponsored” Cyber Attacks

The Internet of Toys

Hotels Hit by Payment Information Malware

DDoS Attacks Set to Rise in 2016

Council Hit by Ransomware Attack

CIA Email Hack

Skills, Strategy and Security: The Recipe to Tackle Cybercrime in 2016

Project Shield to Protect against DDoS Attacks

Silicon Valley Companies Making Further Use of Encryption

Amazon Plans Selfie Authentication

Sexting Increasing Among Under-16s

Tips to Help Users Feel Safe Online and Minimise Possible Risks to their Privacy

Google Being Given Access to NHS Data

Kiddicare.com Security Breach

Expert Comments on Anonymous Hacker Targets Turkish Patients

Taking It All In: What Typing Does to Listening and Leadership

“Judy” Malware Shows Importance Of Protection From Unwanted Apps

Encryption And Its Role In National Security

Password Security And Why Bill Bur Regrets The Advice Given On Complex Password Security

Securing The Post-Brexit Customs Infrastructure

Social Media Hate Crime Clampdown

Lack Of IT Skills Within The Police

David vs Goliath – How Small Businesses Can Battle Cybercriminals

UK Critical Infrastructure Providers Not Prepared For Cyber Attacks

Biometrics System To Scan Our Hearts To Lock And Unlock Gadgets

Children To Receive Advice To Explain Social Media And Personal Data Rights

Cybersecurity Cuts In Business

Which? Calls For New Rights For Victims Of Data Breaches

Hackers Targeting Art Dealer Email Accounts

Driverless Cars Are To Hit Britain’s Roads By 2021

YouTube Crackdown On Disturbing Videos Aimed At Children

Charities Unprepared For Cyber Threats

Employees Stealing Confidential Data Up 25%

Fake News Counter Unit

Children At Risk From Online Grooming To Be Sent Alerts

Smart Meters Leave Every Home Owner Vulnerable To Attack, Says Kaspersky Lab

GCHQ Warns Charities Vulnerable To Cyber Attack

Fortnite Players Warned Over Hack Attacks

Researchers Hack Into Home Gadgets Using Passwords Found Through Google

Being Fearless Is Good For You

Beastiality Website Leaked Online

UK Businesses Are Not Financially Prepared For Cyber Attacks

How Businesses Can Stay Protected In Light Of NCSC’s Findings

UK Could Become A Leader In AI But Not At The Price Of Data Rights Or Privacy Of Individuals

YouTube To Add New Parental Controls To Kids App

Microsoft Partners With DJI To Bring Smarter Drones To The Enterprise

Adults May Be Forced To Buy ‘Porn Pass’ To Access X-Rated Movies ‘Anonymouly’

Are Smart Assistants At Risk Of “Audio Hacking”?

Drone Security

Driverless Cars Are Coming – But Do We Want Them?

The Unexpected Side-Effects Of GDPR

Motorists Could ‘Watch Films And Sleep’ Behind The Wheel In Driverless Cars By 2021