Simon Moores

Public Speaker and Applied Futurist in Kent, UK

Simon Moores

Public Speaker and Applied Futurist in Kent, UK

An applied futurist and a contributor to Sky News and the BBC, Simon Moores is the Managing Director of Zentelligence (Research Ltd) and a former 'Technology Ambassador' for the British Government. He is a Vice President of the Westminster-based Conservative Science and Technology Forum.

Simon is recognised as an authority on information security risk, the influence of social media, the rapid evolution of artificial intelligence and the ethical challenges of the digital economy. He has advised and assisted prominent organisations and governments in grasping the impact of the many converging technology challenges shaping the future. He is the author of 'March of the Spiders' and a co-author of 'A Digital Plan for Britain.'

Pursuing a passion for aviation as an experienced commercial pilot who has worked both for the BBC and Channel 4 News, he is involved in professional air display work in the summer months. Simon is also a visiting lecturer at the School of Law, Criminal Justice & Computing (Faculty of Social & Applied Sciences) at Canterbury Christ Church University.

An international conference speaker and Guardian newspaper contributor, Simon has been rated by one publication as being among the 'Top Ten' of UK 'Tech Thought Leaders.'

His website can be found at www.drmoores.info and his weblog at: www.mooreslaw.co.uk

  • Work
    • Zentelligence (Research) Ltd
Endorsements
Simon's reputation extends to this continent. "
Cybercrime Division, United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
With a strong vision of the future of technology, and a keen eye for how technology evolves, Moores is a definite one to watch and listen to, especially for those who want to learn how best to benefit from rapidly changing, ever-evolving technology.”
Justin Kemp - 'Britain's Eight Top Thought-leaders in Tech'
Insightful and thought provoking talk by Simon Moores an exciting future ahead and don't expect it to slow down
CIO IBM UK & Ireland