Simon has appeared in numerous television, radio and print interviews on a variety of Internet related topics.

“Australian Government lets expire in huge blunder”. iTWire, July, 2014.itwire

“Back-to-School magazine”. USA Today, July 2014.

DN Journalback-to-school“The Lowdown”. DNJournal, September 2011.

“A form guide for the 2010 auDA board elections”. eCommerce Report, October 2010.

“Domainer Income Transforms The Way People Buy Domains”. Fox Business, USA, July 2010.

“auDA’s 2009 board elections – an unofficial betting market”. eCommerce Report, October 2009.

“AuDA reformists spy board roles”. ITNews, October 2009.

92.5 Kiss-FM in Toledo, Ohio, USA. October 11, 2004

KCRS-AM with Robert Hallmark. Midland, Texas, USA. October 8, 2004

CKNX-AM with Bryan Allen. Ontario, Canada. October 7, 2004

Issues Today on KTYM-AM Los Angeles. October 7, 2004

Let’s Talk Computers, Alan and Sandy. October 1, 2004

Today Tonight, Channel 7, Australia. October 1, 2004

A Current Affair, Channel 9, Australia. October 2004

WKAN-AM with Mike Tomano. Illinois, USA. September 22, 2004

WOBN-FM, New Jersey, USA. September 21, 2004

Publishers Weekly (USA), September 20, 2004

5SE Star FM afternoon show with Ewan Grant. Adelaide, Australia. September 30, 2004

Sonshine FM morning show with Rodney Olsen. Western Australia. September 30, 2004

Coast FM morning show with Renee Galvin. Tasmania, Australia. September 29, 2004

Eastside Radio drive time with John Honig. Sydney, Australia. September 29, 2004

103.2 FM morning show with Joanne Traeger. Sydney, Australia. September 29, 2004

NOW FM morning show with Danielle Perrett. Sydney, Australia. September 28, 2004

4GR with Graham Healy. Brisbane, Australia. September 27, 2004

ABC Radio South West with Helena Webb. Western Australia. September 27, 2004

Kids Universe, International Children’s Festival, Sydney Australia. September 26, 2004

PC Utilities Magazine. UK. September 25, 2004.

Miami Herald, USA. September 18, 2004.

Australian Personal Computing Magazine, September 2004

Australian PC Authority, August 2004.

Publishers Weekly (USA), July 2004

Womans Day (Australia), Microsoft Promotion, April 2004

Nevada Coalition Against Sexual Violence, Spring, 2004

“How to stay safe on the Internet”, S-Press, February 17-23, 2004

“Police bust pedophile ring”, Read Feedback, The Advertiser, February 13, 2004

“Girls Chat Room Peril”, The Sunday Mail, February 8, 2004

“Child Safety Online”, Channel 7 News, February 6, 2004

“Internet Safety Day”, Mumsweb, February 6, 2004

Triple M News, February 6, 2004

Fox FM News, February 6, 2004

ATK News (Russia), February 6, 2004

Introweb (Russia), February 6, 2004

runet (Russia), February 6, 2004

“eTax Security Concerns”, APC, October 2002, p. 13

Gary Smith, “New Vulnerabilities for Business This Year”, Webpronews, 2001

Computerworld, “Plug the leaks, block the hackers”, March, 2001

Michelle Delio, “Anna Worm Writer Tells All”, Wired, February 13, 2001

“Trojans Rampant Throughout Company Networks”, Advisor, October 31, 2000

Angus Kidman, “Many others could suffer Microsoft fate”, Newswire, October 30, 2000

Byron Kaye, “Microsoft one of many without Trojan protection”, ZDNet News, October 30, 2000

Garth Montgomery, “E-Trade wide open to hackers”, Computer Reseller News, October 16, 200

James Riley, “Hackers undercover”, Computer Reseller News, August 21, 2000

Garth Montgomery, “Shaking up the world of net security”, Computer Reseller News, May 29, 2000

SBS World News, “Microsoft talks end in failure”, April 2000

Vanessa Richards, “Cybercrime – Risk of the 21st Century”, Corporate Risk, Vol. 7, No. 3, March 2000

ABC Radio – 3LO, “Love bug”, February 2000

SBS World News, “Love bug investigation zeros in on hacker in Philippines”, 2000

SBS World News, “Hacker attacks damage business confidence on the Internet”, 1999

Business 2.0, “Hooking Hackers – A new method for covering up those messy hacker stains” 1999

Online Australia, “Computer Security Search Site Makes Finding Info Easier”, April 19, 1999

Newswire, “Combating notebook theft”, January 18, 1999

The Age, “Out of site, out of mind – keeping the hackers at bay”, January 4, 1999

Infowar, “Two Out Of Three Australian Internet Users Vulnerable To Hacker Attack”, 1998

The Australian, “OzEmail filters out the smurfs”, December 19, 1998

The Australian, “4,500 Sites Trashed In Hacker Blitz”, December 1, 1998

Australian Reseller News, “Trojan viruses a continued threat to ISPs”, November 18, 1998

Newswire, “Report: Back Orifice has hit 1,400 Australian users”, November 17, 1998

Wired, “Back Orifice Surfaces Down Under”, November 17, 1998

The Australian, “Most ISPS affected by virus, study finds”, November 17, 1998

The Australian, “Beware of the worst Net ‘nasty'”, September 29, 1998

Australian Personal Computer, “Virus detectors: Which one catches the most?”, 1998

The Australian, “Virus protection doubts”, September 8, 1998, “Australian Net Users Are Vulnerable to Hacker Attacks” 1998

The Australian, “Many ISPs are easy prey to hackers: study”, August 4, 1998

Australian Financial Review, “Internet users warned on hacker dangers”, July 30, 1998

Australian Personal Computer, “70% of Net users vulnerable to attack”, July 29, 1998

TechWeb, “Toll-Free Lines Open Door To Hackers”, July 6, 1998

Australian Personal Computer, “Local cryptographers help defuse SSL security hole”, 1998

LAN Magazine, “Vendors move to patch SSL weakness”, June 30, 1998

LAN Magazine, “How Strong Is Strong Enough?”, June 1, 1998

LAN Magazine, “Paranoia’s Virtues”, June 1, 1998

LAN Magazine, “1800 Weaknesses”, May 25, 1998

Business Review Weekly, “Unsecured ‘back doors'”, May 25, 1998

The Age, “NT is full of holes, expert claims”, April 7, 1998

Computer World Today, “Windows NT vulnerable to hackers: study”, March 26, 1998

Australian Personal Computer, “NT bug breakout report”, March 25, 1998

CNET News, “Hackers keep sites on guard”, March 6, 1998