Nicole Bogart is a national online journalist for Global News, based in Toronto. Nicole regularly appears on-air as a tech expert during Global Toronto’s News at Noon and The Morning Show.
After working for a major tech company, Nicole gained a passion for technology, gadgets and the issues Canadians face online. Nicole reports on a wide variety of topics including, cybersecurity, hackers, consumer products and apps, social media and the business moves that keep the tech industry going.
Nicole has participated as a panel moderator for Girl Geeks Toronto, discussing women in tech. In 2015, she moderated the “Privacy Impact Panel” at Digifest, one of Canada’s premier digital festivals.
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