Graham Cluley

Computer Security Expert & AI Speaker

Having worked as a pioneer in computer security developing anti-virus software two decades ago, Graham is now one of the leading consultants and bloggers on cybersecurity. He considers the threats every business and individual faces, from the obvious to the inconceivable, and highlights the potential problems we face as new technologies are embraced and more data is made available.

Graham Cluley has been at the forefront of cybersecurity for over 20 years, since before most organisations had even heard of it. He’s worked for some of the biggest companies in the field and is now a respected blogger and consultant in the area.

Having started out programming, Graham joined one of the first large computer security companies, Dr Solomon’s, as their chief Windows anti-virus programmer. He stayed with the company, taking on international strategic roles before joining McAfee when the security giant bought Dr Solomon’s. Graham then moved to Sophos, one of the world’s biggest business cybersecurity companies as Head of Corporate Communications / Senior Technology Consultant and where he also became the editor of the company’s Naked Security website.

Graham’s blogs and Twitter feed are widely praised as being at the forefront of news and information on the rapidly changing world of digital and cybersecurity. From malicious attacks to data theft, corporate espionage to mischief-making and campaigning exposés, he considers the hype and the reality of the threats to nations, organisations and individuals and why we should all take our security more seriously.

To book Graham Cluley as the artificial intelligence speaker for your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553

When he’s at corporate events, Graham is known to cover the following topics:

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Digital Disruption
  • Drive & Determination
  • Technology & Innovation
  • Cybersecurity
  • Ethical Hacking
  • Communication

Listen to Graham talking about hackers and webcams, below: