Ethical hacking & unethical poachers

February 10, 2017

In a week where President Trump’s travel ban continues to hit the headlines, Steve Griffiths and Dan Hawkes managed to slip through the net and enter the studio to present another TechTalk Show.

We were thrilled to introduce our first guest, who had actually come over from the States. Ralph Echemendia is known as ‘The Ethical Hacker’ –  he has worked with Hollywood Director Oliver Stone on two of his movies – Savages and Snowden – helping him with the authenticity of scripts and providing technical supervision. Ralph also gave us the lowdown on Seguro, a new venture that is due for release soon, find out more!

After last week’s lamented Mushroom light/charger, Unboxing was a resounding success with universal agreement.

Tech Savvy was a blast from the past, we had a great chat with Thomas Bell from Konnect Apps at Get Social last year – check out what he had to say.

Our last guest is on a mission that we should all support. Helen Pheasey is leading a PhD research project into the illegal trade of turtle eggs in South America. The aim is to plant decoy sea turtle eggs into nests vulnerable for poaching. These will be 3D printed eggs that contain a GPS Tracking Device, SIM card and a battery pack. Make sure you get involved with her Crowdfunding page here.

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