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David Strom

Security Evangelist

David is an award-winning writer, speaker, editor, video blogger, and online communications professional who also advises numerous startup and well-established technology ventures. He began his career as an in-house IT analyst and has founded numerous technology print and online publications, such as editor-in-chief of Network Computing magazine and as part of the launch team of PC Week's Connectivity section. David has written two books and spoken around the world at various conferences and been on national radio and television talking about network technologies. He continues to build websites and publish articles on a wide variety of technology topics geared towards networking, security, channel, PC enthusiasts, OEMs, and consumers. In addition to these activities, he consults to vendors and evaluates emerging technologies, products, strategies, and trends to help position and improve their technology products.

Written By David Strom

The Impact of the End of Windows XP on Your Enterprise

It wasn't all that long ago that Windows XP was present in the vast majority of enterprises. In fact, it's still prevalent, bringing many security risks.

Securing the Nonprofit

Nonprofits and NGOs face a particular challenge when it comes to securing their critical data and forming their security infrastructure.

How to Stop a Botnet Created by Angler Exploit Kits

The Angler exploit kit has been responsible for the vast majority of botnets created over the past year. Here's how it works and how to stop it.

Can Selfies Be the Next Multifactor Authentication Method?

Several companies are implementing new forms of multifactor authentication to prevent fraud, but how realistic and effective are these technologies?