Cybersecurity aims to connect science and practice in the field of cybersecurity. To achieve this, we work with many distinguished experts and professionals, both from the science community as well as the industry.
We are always looking for contributors to Cybersecurity Magazine. Do you work in the cybersecurity industry and have an interesting topic to discuss? Are you researching a particular topic on Cybersecurity and would like to see this topic better represented? Do you want to comment on a current topic in the area of cybersecurity?
Whatever your motives, feel free to contact us with a short abstract of your topic. If it meets the requirements, we are happy to publish your article!
We would like to recognize and thank all of the contributors to Cybersecurity Magazine. Here is a list of our contributing authors:
A. M. Rutkowski
Chair ETSI ETI ISG (Encrypted Traffic Integration Industry Specification Group).
Adam Burns is the Director of Cybersecurity at Digital Guardian and is an expert in cybersecurity, specifically threat detection and protection. He graduated from Wentworth Institute of Technology (WIT) with a Major in Computer Networking and a Minor in Computer Science, and subsequently worked as a Systems Engineer at Kaspersky Lab, where his interest in security was born. He has been in his current role at Digital Guardian for over seven years. Digital Guardian was acquired by HelpSystems in 2021.
Adam Glick is a vice president and chief information security officer at Rocket Software, a Boston area-based technology company that helps organizations in the IBM ecosystem build solutions that meet today’s needs while extending the value of their technology investments for the future. Before joining Rocket Software, he served as the VP of cyber risk at Brown Brothers Harriman and as the head of information security at Century Bank before that. He is also an adjunct professor at Boston College, where he teaches graduate courses in cyber security.
Alex Leadbeater is a seasoned engineer in telecommunications and has been working for British Telecoms for over 20 years in various roles. He is currently working in the capacity of Head of Global Obligations (Future & Standards) at BT. He’s involved in various standardization groups in 3GPP and ETSI and is currently the Chair of the ETSI NFV Security group, the Chair of the ETSI SAI ISG, the Chair of the ETSI TC CYBER and the Chair of 3GPP SA3-LI.
Alex Ooi has more than 20 years of ICT experience, bringing with him a wealth of on-the-ground and
practical experience in both cyber security and IT network infrastructure space for enterprises and public sector in both service provider and end user role.
His cyber experience encompasses board and senior level engagements, development and implementation of cyber security programs, cyber security governance and compliance, enterprise level cyber security architecture design, solution delivery, building and managing cyber security operation centres to name a few.
His most recent role was as Business Information Security Officer at Singtel Group Networks where he
was accountable for the cyber security posture of Singtel and Optus Networks from a cyber governance,
assurance and compliance perspective including regulatory compliance.
Ali Cameron is a content marketer that specializes in the cybersecurity
and B2B SaaS space. Besides writing for Tripwire’s State of Security blog,
she’s also written for brands including Okta, Salesforce, and Microsoft.
Taking an unusual route into the world of content, Ali started her career as
a management consultant at PwC where she sparked her interest in making complex concepts easy to understand. She blends this interest with a passion for storytelling, a combination that’s well suited for writing in the cybersecurity space. She is also a regular writer for Bora.
Alyn Hockey, VP of Product Management within the Digital Risk and Email Protection Business Unit, has had an extensive career in operations and cybersecurity covering support, pre-sales, R&D and product strategy. Alyn was part of the original team that launched the MIMEsweeper range of email and web security products and now works on the next generation cloud-based products within Fortra.
Amit is a seasoned professional with twenty years of multi-faceted global experience; expertise in telecommunications, banking, and IT industries. Amit handled various technical leadership positions and travelled across the world to provide consultancy for strengthening the cybersecurity posture of multiple large organisations.
Amit is associated with Nokia for six years and worked as Head of Security – Global Sales Support in his previous assignment and now working as Principal Cyber Security advisor for APJ Market. Amit has worked with leading organisations and led the execution of strategic initiatives in security & privacy domains, having an extensive background in the technical delivery of Security operations and projects & well-versed with multi-cultural environments with a focus on achieving a secure and sustainable ecosystem. Amit has also contributed to the initiatives by the governments to define the Cyber Security Strategy at the national level and submitted te proposals to define the long-term strategy for securing IoT networks.
Before Nokia, Amit worked with IBM as Leader for Security & Risk Management group for India’s largest telecom operator. He has acclaimed various reputable professional certifications such as Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP), Project Management Professional (PMP), Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) and other OEM based certifications