Martin has more than 3 decades of experience as an award-winning journalist and editor, during which he admits to having broken every cybersecurity rule in the book. In 2016, he founded Full Frame Technology with the aim of making technology work for the people who use it, so they don’t have to break any rules. Full Frame focusses on the media sector, and cybersecurity has become its principal specialization. It has provided training, security audits and ongoing support to a wide range of broadcasters, production companies and journalists in the UK and internationally, and provides bespoke awareness sessions for journalists being deployed to hostile environments. Martin has reported from more than 50 countries and was one of the BBC’s first multi-media journalists. Following assignments as the BBC’s bureau chief in Johannesburg and Washington DC, in 2005 he was awarded a Knight Fellowship at Stanford University during which he studied the impact of technology on the news industry. On his return to London, he took charge of technology and operations for BBC Newsgathering which marked the point at which he moved from poaching to protecting. Martin speaks French and Spanish well. German, Italian and Portuguese adequately. And retains some Swahili from his time in Kenya, where he was born.