My favourite shots from a day out at Colchester Zoo!
This is the third and final post of a three-parter covering UK-Israeli business perspectives. The two previous posts covered the thoughts and feelings Israeli's had when working with UK business. Now from my
Carrying on from my previous post, here is the second part of the breakdown from several interviews with Israeli's who have engaged with business in the UK.Israelis Know EverythingAn Israeli 'flaw' which
This is a three-part series. Two cover the Israeli perspectives on business with the UK, and the third will cover advice for Israeli businesses trying to get UK leads.Over the last few
I spent most of the last week with Hysolate, another one of the Team8 companies I'm visiting during my stay in Israel.In a nutshell, Hysolate produce a specialist Hypervisor which is used
By far the best way to get around Tel Aviv is to use Bird. It is the most fun I've ever had travelling around any city - it beats any metro, tube, tram,
Click me for PhotosYesterday I got a tour of Jerusalem which was absolutely fantastic. My tour guide Arava was a local to Jerusalem and since it was 1-1, she was able to show
Never Formal in IsraelLast night was great. I got to my room and had an hour's turnaround to get unpacked, changed and showered before being picked up to go to the Ambassador's residence.
Why am I here? (Shalom Tel Aviv!)I've just got myself comfortable in my Rothchild apartment. The flight was okay (crying baby). I've unpacked most of my gear and I'm here now for
A couple of Fridays back, I had the pleasure of heading to London's TechDay event at Old Billingsgate. TechDay is an event which I'd previously never heard of, which was surprising to me
This week I got to enjoy going to InfoSecurity 2018 and BSidesLondon 2018. Both of these events are something I look forward to every year - they're probably the best of their kind
Recently I've come across several websites which have (for some non-obvious reason...) decided to stand Cloudflare's protection services in front of their own website. Maybe for DDoS protection, maybe to filter down requests
To help diagnose network problems and/or tell users what speed the network attached to the Pi is running at, the Raspberry Pi devs have used the lights to signify whether 10/100Mb or 1000Mb is being used by the interface.
I looked on VirusTotal recently and noticed something interesting when I entered my own domain and IP address... Since I run a Tor Relay node, I'm passing approximately 20Mbits of traffic between other
I recently had a student from a local university meet me and ask if I could provide some contributions to their project which asked the question (paraphrased) - "Can Cryptocurrency be the
A friend of mine recently went on a trip to Amsterdam, as he often does. He tweeted that the airport WiFi promoted the use of VPNs - so I asked for some screenshots,
Why Bother, Why Should I Care? Most people have a misconception about WiFi and assume that the Access Points are always broadcasting somehow to make themselves visible to devices. When device's see a