Jake Moore is a Cyber Security Specialist for ESET. He previously worked for Dorset Police in the UK for 14 years, primarily investigating computer crime in its Digital Forensics Unit on a range of offences from fraud to missing children. During this time, using techniques allowed under the law, he learnt how to retrieve digital evidence from devices in order to help protect the innocent victims of cybercrime. He then became a cyber security consultant for the police force, delivering tailored advice to the public, to schools and to local businesses in order to help protect the community and build on their existing security knowledge.
Tony Anscombe is the Chief Security Evangelist for ESET. With over 20 years of security industry experience, Anscombe is an established author, blogger and speaker on the current threat landscape, security technologies and products, data protection, privacy and trust, and Internet safety. His speaking portfolio includes industry conferences RSA, Black Hat, VB, CTIA, MEF, Gartner Risk and Security Summit and the Child Internet Safety Summit (CIS). He is regularly quoted in cybersecurity, technology and business media, including BBC, Dark Reading, the Guardian,the New York Times and USA Today, with broadcast appearances on Bloomberg, BBC, CTV, KRON and CBS. Anscombe is a current board member of the NCSA.
Martin is a family man and freelance writer. His background includes considerable time in the trenches of technical writing, B2B copywriting, and content strategy.
Peter has been working at ESET for eight years as a Security Research & Awareness Manager. He notes that these days we face a completely new dimension to parenting: the whole world is going digital, including schools. But if you are not from the industry, your kids can easily outrun your knowledge. So educating yourself about your kids’ safety is simply a must, he says.
Amelia is the Sr. Marketing Manager overseeing content and creative at ESET North America. She has almost fifteen year of experience in the security industry - both physical security and cyber security - and is passionate about emerging technological trends. As a parent, she understands firsthand the challenges of navigating the cyber world and how important it is for today's parents to stay knowledgeable of potential risks to safety and data security that impact our children.
PhDr. Jarmila Tomková
Jarmila is a well-respected psychologist in Slovakia. She has worked at the Research Institute for Child Psychology and Pathopsychology, where she led research teams examining the opportunities and risks of child internet usage. She coordinated the Slovak team of EU Kids Online, a multinational research network. She has also worked as a school psychologist, where she designed and implemented several development and preventative programs, such as Students against Bullying. Jarmila continues to work as a consultant for organisations and schools in the prevention of, and intervention in, negative behaviour such as bullying and hate speech. She also founded and leads the civic association ViaSua, dedicated to supporting the mental health and personal growth of individuals, families and society in general. This is achieved by counselling, awareness raising and the destigmatisation of mental health issues. She considers language and discourse to be crucial and always favours a participative and peer-to-peer approach.
Robert is a Senior Malware Researcher at ESET with more than 10 years’ experience in cybersecurity. He speaks regularly at security conferences around the world and runs reverse-engineering courses at Slovak universities. He is strongly in favour of user education and awareness, which he says is crucial for us to protect ourselves from online threats – and believes education should start at an early age.
James has been at ESET for three years, as part of the Global PR team, so he reviews a lot of stories: ESET’s, its competitors’, and many news stories that tell of both awareness and opportunity – but also fear and missteps in a world that isn’t always so secure. As a parent, he is affected by stories in which kids feature. So helping ESET and the wider cybersecurity community to instil good digital instincts in kids, James says, is key to keeping them, and all of us, safe in this shared digital world.