Author Archives: David Harley

About David Harley

Former Computer Security Author/Editor; Independent Antimalware Researcher/Author; guitarist/singer/songwriter

Book by Eddy Willems

This is Cyberdanger, an updated edition of a book previously published in Dutch and German. I contributed some material, did some general/technical editing, and also did some of the translation. You can find out more on Springer’s site here. That’s … Continue reading

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Who owns social media?

In spite of the fact that I have very little connection with the security business at this point, I was asked for my opinion regarding the topic of deleting your content on social media. I tend to think that the … Continue reading

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End of an era

As of 1st January 2018, I’m no longer working with ESET, so my connection with the information security business is now stretched pretty thin: in fact, I’ve reverted to a previous life as a musician, though there are a few … Continue reading

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Newsflash: not all security news sites are useful

Is it just me who is exasperated when security ‘news’ sites quote articles that they don’t bother to link to? Continue reading

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Yet more reluctant oratory

Part 3 of a series of articles on making conference presentations. Continue reading

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More thoughts of a reluctant presenter.

The second in a series for ESET about how to look like a better speaker than you think you are. Or at any rate than I am. Continue reading

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Thoughts of a reluctant presenter…

In which a reluctant presenter offers some thoughts on how a charisma-free presentation needn’t be a complete turn-off… Continue reading

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