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Every member of the Tech Writers Bureau has at least 15 years of experience consulting, writing about and studying technology in over a dozen industries: Cybersecurity and Info Sec, Federal, State and Local Agencies, Banking and Finance, Energy Sector and Oil and Gas, Telecommunications and High-Tech. With TWB, you always get the best expert for the job.
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While all of our members are skilled writers and technical subject matter experts, many also bring a variety of skills to the table that can help get your message out. From helping to spearhead social media campaigns with activities like ghost blogging, to providing content matter experts at speaking events or moderating panels - no project is too large.
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One might expect that having Millennials take over the reins of government would not cause any cybersecurity or IT-related problems. But you would be wrong, according to a new survey from Forcepoint. Find out what hidden minefields await government as the younger generation takes over.
2016 was enough to make anyone doubt his ability to make accurate predictions. But I’m confident that 2017 will be worse.
NextGov asked TWB CEO John Breeden to predict a few of the largest trends that we can expect in the New Year. He got two out of three right last time, so perhaps these will be proven correct as well. Find out what will be coming down the pipe in government and technology in 2017, only at NextGov.
What if you assumed that APTs were already hiding in your network and launched software specifically designed to hunt them down? Network World reviewed the latest tools in the cybersecurity arsenal: threat hunting platforms. Load up some extra ammo, because we are going hunting for our latest roundup, and there’s lots of game to be had.
Microsoft HoloLens Review – Bridging The Gap Between AR And VR
Boosting Document Automation with Cloud and Platform Development
Network World Review: Data Leak Prevention
Network World Review: Hot new tools to fight insider threats
Skylanders: Imaginators is one of the most technically advanced videogames ever created, allowing for the creation of fully programmable toys that warp into the game through the power portal. Suitable for kids or adults, our review tested large groups of both, it also happens to be a whole lot of fun.