Graham Cluley is one of the world's leading experts in viruses and spam, and works as Senior Technology Consultant at Sophos.
He has given talks around the world at events such as EICAR, ICSA, Virus Bulletin and the European Internet Security Forum on the virus threat, and is a respected industry expert.
Graham has made many media appearances commenting on the threats posed by spam and viruses, including BBC TV News, Good Morning America, CNN, BBC Panorama, BBC Newsnight, ITN, Channel 4 News, 5 News, Sky News, GMTV, BBC Breakfast, IRN, CNet Radio, BBC Radio 1, Radio 2, Radio 4, Radio 5 Live, and BBC World Service.
Graham has also written regular columns on computer security for publications such as IT Week, Computer Weekly and VNUNet.
Before joining Sophos in 1999, Graham worked in a number of roles in the anti-virus industry. In 1992 he joined Dr Solomon's Software developing the first Windows version of Dr Solomon's Anti-Virus Toolkit and later becoming product manager for the launch of Dr Solomon's Anti-Virus Toolkit version 7.0. When Network Associates acquired Dr Solomon's in 1998, Cluley was made Senior Technical Manager of NAI Virus Labs.
Graham is a press contact for the UK and worldwide and is available to talk to the media about viruses, spam, spyware and related security issues.