TECHNOLOGIST AND FUTURIST
Simon Moores is a leading futurist and an information risk consultant. A Vice President of the Conservative Science & Technology Forum, he is a Guardian newspaper contributor, and a co-author of 'A Digital Plan for Britain.'
A visiting lecturer in the Applied Sciences & Computing department at Canterbury Christ Church University He is the conference Chair of the annual international eCrime Congress.
A former 'Technology Ambassador' for the British Government, Simon has worked with the BBC and Sky News and has been rated among the 'Top Ten' of UK 'Tech Thought Leaders. Recent appearances include Gartner's identity management conference, IFSEC Global, ISACA CSX Europe and Harvard Business Review, Istanbul.
Simon's present focus is on cutting-edge innovation, Big Data, artificial intelligence, disruptive technologies, threat management, financial crime and the evolution and direction of the internet and its social ecosystem. His subject areas include: Disruptive Innovation, Digital Risk & Security, Internet of Things & AI, Cloud Computing and Big Data Analytics.
Simon has worked on several projects with the London School of Economics, is a director of the centre-right open market policy think tank, Aediles and has advised government, business and the media on the evolution, development and application of eGovernment, and Internet-related technologies.
Simon's reputation extends to this continent. When I was looking for IT expertise in a niche area, I was passed from one "expert" to another until I was connected to Simon. He delivered. It is impossible to imagine someone whose breadth and depth of IT knowledge surpasses his own, and this is reinforced by his expansive IT connections. - Jeff Bauer, Supervisory Special Agent, Cybercrime Division, Federal Bureau of Investigation.