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Jake Moore is a Security Specialist for ESET, Europe's number one Internet Security and Antivirus company. He is also a well-respected industry expert, commenting regularly in the media in a range of tier one publications. He previously worked for Dorset Police spanning 14 years primarily investigating computer crime in the Digital Forensics Unit on a range of offences from murders to missing people.
He then became a cyber security consultant for the force delivering tailored advice to the public and local businesses in order to help protect the community and build upon their security foundations.
Jonathan Broderick is an expert in cloud computing solutions and programming in the .NET development stack. He founded a VPN testing website which tests providers for speed and other statistics.
With a bachelor's degree in Computer Science, he holds many CompTIA and Microsoft Certifications including the full range of MCP, MTA, MCSE, and MCSD.
In his 23-year development career he has worked alongside some of the world's largest brands including Ford, Vodafone, EA Games, Dish Network and The Gap.
Founded BestVPN.com after a few other smaller business ventures, took off like a rocket after Snowden's revelations came out. I'm a libertarian techie, and for fun, I like to dance in Latin and African styles.
Scott lives and breathes our vision to "fight for people's privacy and freedom to use the internet when, where and how they wish". With a young family, he enjoys the great outdoors whatever the weather!
Sean heads up BestVPN.com's editorial team. An experienced technology editor and journalist, he has worked for some of the UK's leading IT publications. With a new arrival to his family he doesn't have much free time these days.
Charlie manages all partner and provider relations. In his spare time he remains (overly!) loyal to Nintendo and is often heard commenting on 16-bit retro video games.
Douglas is an experienced technology journalist who has been writing about internet security for four years. He also has green hair, and likes to tell kids that if they eat lots of peas, they can have green hair too!
Ray is an advocate for digital privacy, with vast experience writing about the political and social aspects of infosec, cybersec, and data privacy. Find him @newsglug on Twitter.