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Kevin Curran
Research & teaching at . He speaks to media about , , , & all things .
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Kevin Curran 9h
"It Takes Two Neurons To Ride a Bicycle". My favourite title for an academic paper.
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Kevin Curran Feb 18
My interview on about UK MPs calling for Facebook to have far stricter regulation, with tough and urgent action necessary to end the spread of disinformation on its platform.
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Kevin Curran Feb 18
My interview with The South China Morning Post on "How Huawei became the world’s No 1 telecoms gear supplier".
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RTÉ Feb 12
With millions of jobs set to be replaced by changes in technology, we may not be able to stop the rise of robots and automation, but we can plan for it via |
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Kevin Curran Feb 8
An important question "How does one appear in the Google News carousel?"
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Kevin Curran Feb 8
My interview on with about Australia’s security agencies who are urgently investigating an attempt to hack the federal parliament’s computer network. Suspicions are that a foreign government is behind the attack.
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ABC News Feb 8
Cyber security professor from speaks to about China's hacking capabilities, after Federal Parliament's computer network was found to have been breached
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Kevin Curran Feb 7
My interview on on the UK’s four chief medical officers recommending that mobile devices be banned from the dinner table and bedtimes as part of a healthier approach to devices.
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Kevin Curran Feb 6
My interview on aspects of securing the which is increasingly becoming the data hub of our lives.
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Ulster University Feb 5
Today is read Professor of Cyber Security 's article on how to keep safe with cybercrime and data breaches on the rise
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Kevin Curran Feb 5
Googles "Password Checkup" runs in Chrome as you browse, checking passwords against a database of known compromised passwords. Not a password manager or gauge of how strong your passwords are, but it detects a credential pair that is known to be exposed.
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Kevin Curran Feb 5
Multi-Account Containers is a Firefox add-on that lets you separate your work, shopping or personal browsing without having to clear your history, log in and out, or use multiple browsers
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Kevin Curran Feb 4
My interview on with Conor Bradford about the 15th year anniversary of Facebook.
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Kevin Curran Feb 4
My interview on about the 15th anniversary of . 2.3 billion monthly active users cannot be wrong.....can they?
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Kevin Curran Feb 4
My interview in Privacy Central on what would need to happen to shutdown the Internet globally.
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Kevin Curran Jan 30
My interview on Show with about star serving legal papers on over fake advertisements claiming she is endorsing an anti-wrinkle cream.
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Kevin Curran Jan 30
Your light bulb is probably storing your wifi password in the clear, ready to be recovered by wily dumpster-divers. Limited Results discovered the security worst-practice during a teardown of a Lifx bulb.
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Kevin Curran Jan 29
My interview on about Ofcom's annual report about the media use of about 2,000 3-15 year-olds across UK. Its latest research suggests 94% still use a television set, although they tend to spend less time using it to watch TV programmes.
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Kevin Curran Jan 24
The Hard Part of Computer Science? Getting Into Class! Lured by the prospect of high-salary, high-status jobs, college students are rushing in record numbers to study computer science. Now, if only they could get a seat in class.
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Kevin Curran Jan 24
My interview with for on how enterprises still have cause for concern when it comes to cloud security in 2019.
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