Graham Cluley is an award-winning security blogger, researcher and public speaker. He has been a well-known figure in the computer security industry since the early 1990s when he worked as a programmer, writing the first ever version of Dr Solomon's Anti-Virus Toolkit for Windows.
Graham has given talks about computer security for some of the world's largest companies, worked with law enforcement agencies on investigations into hacking groups, and regularly appears on TV and radio explaining computer security threats.
Graham was inducted into the InfoSecurity Europe Hall of Fame in 2011, and his claim to fame is that he is the originator of the saying that "the cloud is just someone else’s computer” (but he hasn't managed to make any money out of it)
June 22nd, 2017 | 26 mins 43 secs
What is GDPR, and what does it mean to your business? Carole Theriault and Graham Cluley are joined by special guest Kevin Gorsline to discuss.
June 15th, 2017 | 38 mins 8 secs
mac, malware, microsoft, mouse, patch tuesday, vulnerability
Microsoft gives us a Patch Tuesday shock, malware grows up for the Mac, and your mouse movements might reveal if you're an identity thief.
June 8th, 2017 | 38 mins 8 secs
amazon, aws, cloud, gordon ramsay, nsa, reality winner
Evidence of Russia hacking the US election leaks from the NSA and Reality is not a winner, confidential data is accidentally exposed in the cloud by a defence contractor, and Gordon Ramsay has a few choice words for his hacking father-in-law.
May 31st, 2017 | 40 mins 27 secs
blackmail, british airways, donald trump, facebook, germany, twitter
Hackers are blackmailing cosmetic surgery patients, and threatening to release their naked photos. A British Airways IT snafu causes travel chaos for thousands. And Germany is threatening to throw hefty fines at Facebook if it can't police its content...
May 25th, 2017 | 31 mins 47 secs
biometrics, mac, malware, samsung
The Samsung Galaxy S8 claims that its iris recognition technology provides "airtight security", but the Chaos Computer Club knows better and shows how it can be easily bypassed. Australian researchers create a wearable gizmo that authenticates you...
May 18th, 2017 | 35 mins 15 secs
hp, malware, ransomware, vulnerability, wannacry
The WannaCry ransomware has struck! But before we tackle that subject, and who we should blame for one of the highest profile malware attacks for years, we discuss how HP has been unwittingly capturing the keystrokes of its laptop users. Then we...
May 11th, 2017 | 30 mins 45 secs
donald trump, handbrake, mac, malware, phishing
Gizmodo's attempt to reveal Donald Trump's administration ineptitude when it comes to cybersecurity fails to impress. Mac users are warned that the HandBrake DVD-ripping app has been compromised by malware. And will the US Army insist IT security professionals spend months ironing their bedsheets..?
May 4th, 2017 | 29 mins 20 secs
love bug, malware
On May 4th 2000, the Love Bug virus (also known as ILOVEYOU or LoveLetter) rapidly spread around the world, clogging up email systems. Computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault are joined this week by special guest John Hawes...
April 27th, 2017 | 30 mins 42 secs
Security firm Webroot drops a clanger when it declared Windows was malicious and borked customers' PCs, millennials are streaming a lot of movies illegally, and blackmailers are targeting members of the Ashley Madison cheating site again. All this and...
April 20th, 2017 | 30 mins 37 secs
burger king, data breach, google home, malware, microsoft, vulnerability, zero-day
Hotel malware has been stealing guests' payment card details... again, should businesses relay delay rolling out vulnerability patches, and Burger King's Whopper TV ad campaign tries to take advantage of viewers' Google Home devices with predictable...
April 13th, 2017 | 27 mins 15 secs
data breach, diabetic, malware, spyware, wonga
Spyware companies are filmed plotting to break global sanctions to ship surveillance and spying equipment to dodgy authoritarian regimes, an unsecured database exposed diabetics’ sensitive data, and a massive data breach leaves hundreds of...
April 6th, 2017 | 26 mins 54 secs
android, epicenter, nfc, samsung, sex toy
Don't let an internet-enabled sex toy make your most private moments oh-so-public. Samsung's wannabe-Android-killer is found lacking. And did you hear about the firm that is micro-chipping its employees? All this and more is discussed by...
March 30th, 2017 | 30 mins 33 secs
2fa, fappening, passwords, phishing
What can you do to better protect your online email accounts? In this special "splinter" episode (or should it be a "shard"?) regular hosts Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault discuss with Paul Ducklin tips on how to defend your...
March 23rd, 2017 | 33 mins 58 secs
animated gif, social engineering, twitter
Graham is embarrassed by a Twitter security snafu. How an animated GIF could prove deadly. Social engineering threats against your workforce. And will you be able to do any work on your laptop next time you catch an airplane? All this and more...
March 16th, 2017 | 28 mins 43 secs
android, eugene kaspersky, malware, wikileaks
Androids pre-installed with malware - can the supply chain be trusted? Will WikiLeaks help vendors get zero-days fixed? And what on earth has the Kaspersky marketing department dreamt up this time? Graham Cluley, Carole Theriault and special guest...
March 9th, 2017 | 33 mins 45 secs
border control, cia, ransomware, signal, telegram, whatsapp, wikileaks
Has the CIA been using a Weeping Angel to spy on you via your Smart TV? Have WhatsApp, Telegram and Signal been compromised? What is the secret of the SATAN ransomware? And can you avoid having your data searched as you pass through border...