Ray Walsh

Ray Walsh has been one of BestVPN.com's resident VPN experts for over four years. Ray is currently ranked #1 VPN authority and #5 internet privacy authority in the world by agilience.com.

Ray graduated from the English department of Exeter University in the UK and is an advocate for digital privacy, with vast experience writing about the political and social aspects of infosec, cybersec, and data privacy.

During his time at BestVPN.com Ray has reviewed and tested some of the world's foremost VPNs, often providing comment for third-party technology and news publications around the world.

His expert opinion has been featured in blogs by privacy-conscious services such as StartPage and Digital Guardian, and in newspapers and tech publications such as The Express, The Scottish Herald, Barrons, CNET, and Threat Post, to name a few. 

In 2017 Ray was invited by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) to participate as a host for an online AMA about net neutrality on Reddit. Ray is also a judge at the annual industry-standard VPN awards in Las Vegas.

Prior to working for BestVPN.com, Ray wrote tech and privacy blogs for publications such as Dell Tech Page One and techandlearning.co.uk, he also made a living in tech ghostwriting and whitepapers.

Find him @newsglug on Twitter.

Articles Written

Largest cache of hacked email credentials ever discovered online

17 Jan, 2019

Amazon's Ring privacy concerns: Is your smart doorbell watching you?

16 Jan, 2019

How to watch the Australian Open online with a VPN

15 Jan, 2019

Has the death of the shared Netflix account been greatly exaggerated?

14 Jan, 2019

5 Best PS4 VPNs that work in 2019

11 Jan, 2019

The best VPN deals - Save over 70% in our February sale!

7 Jan, 2019

Is AI putting your private health data at risk?

4 Jan, 2019

Hollywood takes Popcorn Time developer to court

3 Jan, 2019

Vietnam: New law criminalizes online dissent

3 Jan, 2019

5 Best VPNs for the USA in 2019

2 Jan, 2019

20 Android apps (that share your data with Facebook) to bin this year

2 Jan, 2019

Signal says no to Australia's backdoor law

19 Dec, 2018