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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.
You may have seen our work in The Washington Post, Government Computer News, or various other national and global publications. Bureau members have all worked as journalists and published business executives. We understand the pressures of working under tight deadlines whether as part of your marketing group, public relations team or leading your writing team.
Only two weeks remain to comment on the draft revision of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, a document that has been widely adopted since its release in 2014.
As recreational and medical use of marijuana becomes legal in more states, there is a growing demand for tools and technology to move the drug from bootleg to effective medication. A small Massachusetts company is helping meet that demand.
The innovative integrators at InfoZen know how to modernize IT for government agencies. The TWB recently interviewed their experts to create an amazingly detailed guide about how to modernize IT systems in the key areas of Cloud, DevOps, Cybersecurity and Mission Critical IT.
What if there was a different way to look at security? Instead of searching for behaviors that might indicate a threat, what if you could tightly define everything that was allowed within a network? Varmour does that. It’s called segmentation, and is the subject of a Network World Clear Test review.
Network World Review: Can you beat a cyberattack with Safebreach simulator?
Microsoft HoloLens Review – Bridging The Gap Between AR And VR
Boosting Document Automation with Cloud and Platform Development
Network World Review: Data Leak Prevention
Videogames have only recently begun to mirror real life, make statements and work to change the world in the way that great literature and movies sometimes do. Watch Dogs 2 hits the social commentary head-on, but the hacking tech is all fun and games, well, mostly.
TWB / NextGov Exclusive: Former NSA Director Calls Snowden Movie Grossly Inaccurate
Google Cardboard Overview: VR On The Cheap
NextGov: Emerging Tech – Virtual Reality is Science Fiction No More
Just for fun: A Newspaper Corruption Simulation