Chris Fox is a technology presenter and journalist with more than 12 years of broadcasting experience.
You may have seen him on TV reporting live from the BAFTA video games awards, answering viewers' cyber-security questions or going hands-on with the latest gadgets on the BBC's tech show Click.
As a reporter he covers apps, cryptocurrency, cyber-security, gadgets, hacking, online safety, social media regulation and everything in-between.
He has produced impactful original journalism that made Airbnb update its security policy; made Google change the way it screened advertisements; and led to the first action against influencer stealth advertising from the Advertising Standards Authority.
Chris is a multi-platform specialist who can script, shoot, edit and present his own reports for TV, radio and the web - he has even mastered the art of going viral on TikTok.
He spent seven years as the BBC's technology reporter, making tech news accessible to a the mainstream and presenting TV and radio programmes for a global audience of millions. Previously, he was a journalist for Newsround - the BBC's news programme for children.
He's a DIY enthusiast who likes to spend a weekend tackling a new project and documenting the process on TikTok. He likes ramen, playing guitar, swimming and video games.
Chris is in demand as a technology presenter, event host and moderator - and is the perfect speaker for events focused on cyber-security, technology or digital media.
He also produces original video content for clients including the BBC and Sony Music via his agency Bring It All Back.
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Investigating the viral online 'cooking hacks' that don't actually work
Putting two noise-cancelling AI systems through their paces
Testing smartphone low-light photography in some very dark places
Presenting the BBC's technology podcast Tech Tent, exploring the TikTok ban
Interviewing the creator of a light-up coronavirus face mask
Revealing how static charges can help apply sun cream via a UV camera
A 12-month investigation revealed Google has failed to stop ads for rip-off services topping search results.Exclusive, May 2021
Diners at the luxury Ritz hotel in London were targeted by "extremely convincing" scammers who posed as hotel staff.Exclusive, August 2020
A popular gay social network accused Google of discrimination after its app was removed from the Play Store several times without warning.Exclusive, August 2019
Airbnb improved its security after Chris found homes were burgled by scammers using stolen accounts.Exclusive, April 2017
Some of the most popular gay dating apps, including Grindr, Romeo and Recon, were exposing the exact location of users.Exclusive, August 2019
In a bid to tackle fake profiles and fraudsters, a popular gay dating app added a sort of "verified" badge to identify authentic members.Exclusive, October 2019
A London gender identity clinic exposed details of close to 2,000 people on its mailing list.Exclusive, September 2019
A security flaw in the office collaboration tool led to private documents being exposed to unauthorised parties.Exclusive, November 2017
One security expert said it was a significant problem that could allow unauthorised access to the device.Exclusive, October 2019