We’re becoming increasingly reliant on technology of all kinds, divulging more and more of our most personal details online and on internet-connected devices. But are we investing in suitable safeguarding measures to protect ourselves against hacking? Well, apparently not. Research from cyber-security experts, nCipher Security, has revealed that as more and more things become connected to the internet – from wireless home sensor networks, to smartphones, to wearable tech – we’re leaving ourselves wide open to cyber-attacks. In this episode of the Share Interview, Vice President of Global Distribution from nCipher Security, Peter Carlisle, joins Vicky Sayers to offer his advice. (first broadcast November 2019)
You may have read of the stalling of 5G installation around airports: such precautions are not new! In May 2019 Steve Caplin explained why 5G has been stalled by lamppost problems - this is the episode raising the issue. He also went automotive, looking at Dyson's plans for an electric off-road car, the Honda e with swift recharge, the electric Jaguar E-type with optional original engine and Hydrogen-powered double-decker buses and he explained why Jeff Bezos thinks he can have a moonbase by 2024 while Elon Musk thinks he can get to Mars by then. Australia's $50 note issue was marred by a spelling mistake, Barcelona had a self-charging e bike and there's a very cheap credit-card sized charger to take around with you.
The original 'Gadgets and Gizmos' with Share Radio's technology editor Steve Caplin - the first of over 300 episodes of our weekly tech programme, originally published on Share Radio's first day of broadcasting, 5th November 2014.
This week Matthew Cook discusses "attitudinal segmentation" with Graystone Strategy Director James Gray, as well as his new nationwide research, which studies consumer preference concerning network operators. Matthew also catches up with Helen Freestone of Vodafone.
In this week's show Matthew Cook discusses fraud and cyber security. He spikes with Panda security marketing manager Neil Martin about the panda labs report revealing its predictions for cyber-security trends in 2018. He also interviews BICS head of fraud operations and services, Katia González, and BICs vice president of mobile data business, Mikaël Schachne. BICS is a leading international communications enabler and we discuss their recent BICS report concerning fraud.
How will UK tech start-ups fare post-Brexit and can the country still become a European equivalent of Silicon Valley? Georgie Frost meets Gordon & Eden- a leading specialist in recruiting digital and technology executives and part of the Leap 100 list of fastest growing companies.
US Airline United are at the centre of a social media storm after a video emerged of them dragging a man from a flight and apparently injuring him in the process.
The internet was quick to vent vitriol at the company on Twitter, Facebook, and elsewhere. So what kind of damage do these social media reactions cause companies? And can they control the fire of internet user anger?
Matt Cox asked Dan Appleby, Head of Client Services at social media marketing agency Drummond Central, and the North East city head of the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising, to find out more.
London has recently been crowned joint fintech capital of the world alongside Singapore maintaining its lead in the sector. The news comes as London hosts a treasury backed international conference this week aiming to showcase what it has to offer and attract investors. Speaking to share Radio's Tom Hill founder of London Fintech Week and Blockchain Conference, Luis Carranza, explains why the city is so important.
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