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Kevin Curran
Research & teaching at . He speaks to media about , , , & all things .
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Kevin Curran Oct 12
My interview with Linook on some of the dangers we expose ourselves to when posting on social media.
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Kevin Curran Oct 7
My piece on where I take a closer look at the methods that can be used to secure systems now that are being phased out.
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Kevin Curran Oct 5
My interview on on the latest allegations of hacking by Russia's GRU military intelligence agency.
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ABC News Oct 5
"They are notorious for the amount of attacks a day performed over long periods," Professor of Cyber Security at Ulster Uni, on the latest allegations of hacking by Russia's GRU military intelligence agency. .
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Kevin Curran Oct 4
My interview in Wiki Tribune on some aspects of future 5G networks.
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Kevin Curran Oct 4
My interview with on the assessing with "high confidence" that the GRU was most certainly responsible for a number of international hacking attacks. Audio at:
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Kevin Curran Sep 28
My show discussion with & Michelle McKenna on the Irish housing crisis, proposed 13.5% VAT reduction & the Irish 2018.
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Kevin Curran Sep 27
My contribution to an piece on and the impact on jobs on . Others speaking were Sean C Duke , , and presenter
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Kevin Curran Sep 26
“Transient smartphone blindness” can occur when you look at a bright screen while lying down with only one eye open. It is one of many effects that constant engagement with screens could be having on our eyes. Peer review short paper here:
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Kevin Curran Sep 25
My interview on with about the expected increase in robocalls, 's camera feature used to identify products & 'Hunches' which can now suggest actions based on daily behaviour.
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Kevin Curran Sep 24
Hacker gets 14 years jail time for operating Scan4You malware scanning service. I am heartened to see genuine punishment for skilled hackers who support the darkside. Ruslan Bonders offered a core foundational service to malware authors.
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Kevin Curran Sep 23
My interview led by on whether the Fourth Industrial Revolution - heralding and is a huge threat to employment. The other guests were &
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Kevin Curran Sep 18
My interview with about claiming that millions of jobs likely to be displaced by automation but we have less to fear from than we think. We also discuss fake TV phone numbers & problems for women.
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Kevin Curran Sep 18
The InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) is a peer-to-peer file system composed of thousands of computers around the world, each of which stores files on behalf of the network. It's a vision for a decentralised web. Watch this space.
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Kevin Curran Sep 14
Our paper “Using Mobile Technology to Provide Personalized Reminiscence for People Living With Dementia and Their Carers: Appraisal of Outcomes From a Quasi-Experimental Study”
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Kevin Curran Sep 14
My interview with Internet of Business on some of the costs of crypto-jacking that go beyond soaring electricity bills.
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Kevin Curran Sep 14
My interview on with about the possibility of EU mobile roaming charges returning if there is a “no-deal” .
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Kevin Curran Sep 13
My interview on about the EU regulation that prohibits roaming charges not automatically becoming part of UK law post Brexit, so UK mobile network operators might be able to reintroduce the charges.
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Kevin Curran Sep 13
My interview in the Daily Mail on precautions one can take when it comes to sharing on social networks.
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Kevin Curran Sep 12
Using Mobile Technology to Provide Personalized Reminiscence for People Living With Dementia and Their Carers: Appraisal of Outcomes From a Quasi-Experimental Study.
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