Oxford University: Public Diplomacy Talk

On Friday I was invited to speak at Oxford University's Digital Diplomacy Research Group on the topic of Visual Narratives in Public Diplomacy.

Sunday Times: Is Online Banking Really Secure?

Quoted in this weekend's Sunday Times on the issues banks face in tackling cyber gangs.

Is online banking really secure?

With evident online security loopholes and hackers growing evermore adept at cyber safe-cracking, can the future of banking be secure?

We Are the City: Profile Interview

Earlier this week I was interviewed by WeAreTheCity about careers, women in the workplace, and my aspirations for the future. Here is the interview in full:

Capitol Hill: Countering Violent Extremism

Last month I was invited to speak at the U.S. Government’s Public Diplomacy Commission public meeting on Countering Violent Extremism through Public Diplomacy on Capitol Hill.

Huffington Post: Why Aleppo’s Evacuation Was No Such Thing

The ‘evacuation’ of Aleppo temporarily cast the world’s conscience on Syria once more. Images of civilians choosing between expulsion or annihilation have flooded our TV screens and Twitter feeds. But despite this mass attention, somehow it is the reality that has been silenced.

Asharq Al-Awsat: The Forced Displacement of Aleppo

Asharq Al-Awsat was kind enough to publish my article on how we could have helped the people of Aleppo, without putting members of our Armed Forces at risk, and why Aleppo's evacuation was ethnic cleansing.

We Will Not Forget

We will not forget; for our today they gave their tomorrow. Thank you to our veterans, those who lost their lives for ours, and those who serve our country at home and abroad.

Huffington Post: The Tyranny Of Terrorists On Twitter

Almost weekly, social media and tech companies are criticised for not doing enough to counter radicalisation and terrorist networks using their platforms. Calls for social media networks to be shut down, or for legislation to be put in place to make them more accountable are commonplace.