Speaker / Host
Speaker, event host, writer Kate Bevan is a journalist and broadcaster with more than 20 years of experience of talking and writing about technology and digital security at a senior level across the industry. Best known as a technology writer for the Guardian.Kate has written for the FT, the Guardian and the Telegraph as well as for a range of publications from Financial World to Hello! Magazine. .She works with smart tech start-ups including VoxSmart and Bluefire and she is interested in how people’s lives intersect with tech from data security and protection to social media, consumer tech and IoT
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Kate regularly appears as an expert guest explaining technology, social media, the internet and digital security stories on BBC TV and radio news programmes, including Newsnight, BBC World, the BBC News Channel, Radio 4’s Today programme, PM and The World Tonight. Kate is also a regular guest on the BBC World Service’s Tech Tent programme and has appeared on Five Live. She is also a regular expert guest on Sky News programmes from Sunrise to Kay Burley, where she’s valued for her ability to explain complex issues such as Bitcoin, encryption and Silicon Valley companies’ strategy. Kate is booked regularly on ITN as an expert commentator on programmes from Channel Four News to Five News and ITV’s lunchtime news and News at Ten. Kate is also a familiar face to viewers around the world who often see her interviewed on Al Jazeera English and Turkey’s TRT World. As well as her writing and broadcasting work, Kate is also an experienced and confident speaker, able to engage audiences from C-suite executives to a more informal drinks gathering. She’s also a skilful event host, successfully moderating panels on subjects as diverse as sextech to social media. She has a flat full of computers, tablets, mobile phones and vintage dresses and is not known for her cupcakes, meringues or early nights. Kate is always interested in what people are talking about, reading, watching and listening to.