Cyber-Security Expert Jamie Woodruff Joins Cybersmile Team Of Advisors
Jamie has ethically revealed vulnerabilities in some of the world’s leading platforms including Facebook, Twitter and Apple!
We are delighted to announce and welcome the latest addition to the Cybersmile advisory team, ethical hacker and leading international cyber-security expert, Jamie Woodruff.
Jamie, who began hacking at nine years of age, despite having autism, dyslexia and dyspraxia, is widely considered to be one of the worlds leading experts on cyber-security – advising banks, corporations and various security agencies around the world.
He joins us as our new Cyber-Safety and Security Advisor and will be helping us to develop learning tools and educational resources concentrating on the many important aspects of online security and safety. Jamie will also be getting involved with our campaigning – promoting the Cybersmile message as he tours the globe.
“I have chosen to support and work with The Cybersmile Foundation because of their innovation and positive approach to the problem of online abuse and safety. I see this as a real opportunity to utilize my skills and to help make the internet a safer and more positive place. Cybersmile are at the forefront of the movement for change and are as dedicated to protecting freedom of speech as I am, it’s a perfect fit.”
Jamie Woodruff, Cyber-Safety and Security Advisor, Cybersmile
Previously Jamie has used his skills to reveal vulnerabilities in some of the world’s largest corporations including Facebook, Twitter and Apple. Now a prominent key speaker at global esafety and security events, helping organizations, corporations and governments to operate effective online safety policies while protecting themselves from all forms of cyber attacks (if you need help for any kind of online abuse issue please explore our cyberbullying and online abuse help center or visit our total access support section).
Jamie believes strongly in people retaining and celebrating their individuality, his belief that we should all be more independent in our thinking and not rely on following current norms and trends completely aligns with the Cybersmile mission for diversity and inclusion online.
As we see more and more young people with extremely high level technical abilities, we think Jamie is going to be a fantastic role model that will inspire young talent to seek ethical ways to practice and apply their skills. If you need advice or support for any issues related to cyberbullying or online abuse please visit our cyberbullying and online abuse help center or explore our total access support services. For more information about Cybersmile and the work we do, please explore the following suggestions.
- Cybersmile Gaming Support Center
- Every Parents Nightmare – A first hand account of a teen cyberbullying suicide
- Cybersmile To Form Part Of The New Twitter Trust & Safety Council
- Intel CEO Announces Charity Match In Aid Of Cybersmile
- Cybersmile To Sit On Advisory Panel To Parliamentary Group For Young People And Technology
- Cybersmile Corporate Partnership Program
- Become A Cybersmile Sustainer
What do you think about Jamie working with us to develop new educational tools to help people stay safe online? Tweet us @CybersmileHQ!