Amy Bunn

Chief Communications Officer

Amy Bunn is head of communications at McAfee and has worked in technology and cybersecurity for over 15 years. During this time, Amy has witnessed the changing technology landscape and the critical role that online protection plays today. Amy believes that families and individuals around the world should be free to enjoy all the benefits and advantages that the internet and technology afford and is passionate about making this a reality by discussing the very latest in cybersecurity tips and advice, which, when combined with robust online protection, can help empower people to live their life online with total confidence.

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Internet Security
Love Bytes – How AI is shaping Modern Love
AI has made the dating scene. In a big way. Nearly one in four Americans say they’ve...
Internet Security
Was the Fake Joe Biden Robocall Created with AI? 
As voters in the recent New Hampshire primary have found, a fake robocall of President Joe Biden...
Internet Security
Look Out for the Cyber Grinch! How to Shop Safely This Holiday Season
Yes, there is a Cyber Grinch. In fact, you’ll find evidence of an entire host of grinches...
Internet Security
Scam Texts Are More Painful Than Getting a Root Canal
Sick and tired of scam messages? So are the 54% of Americans who said they’d rather get...
Internet Security
McAfee 2023 Hacker Celebrity Hot List – Why Hackers Love Ryan Gosling so Much
Hackers love Ryan Gosling. In fact, hackers use his name as bait more than any other celebrity. ...
Privacy & Identity Protection
Artificial Imposters—Cybercriminals Turn to AI Voice Cloning for a New Breed of Scam
Three seconds of audio is all it takes.   Cybercriminals have taken up newly forged artificial intelligence (AI)...
Privacy & Identity Protection
Could ChatGPT Cause Heartbreak with Online Dating Scams?
Scammers now have new tools to lure people who are looking for love online, by reeling in...

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