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Mike Elgan

I write a popular weekly column for Computerworld, contribute news analysis pieces for Fast Company, and also write special features, columns and think pieces for a variety of publications reaching millions of readers each month. Since the early 90s, I've worked as chief editor for WINDOWS Magazine and a variety of other tech publications, most of which I founded, co-founded or launched. I've also consulted for publishing companies (including Ziff Davis) and Silicon Valley startups on the development of innovative new content and media. I've moderated or spoken at hundreds of technology panels and events; appeared as a guest on BBC, CNN, CNBC, FOX News among others; and have been quoted by The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, NPR and hundreds of other publications and media organizations. I served for two years as TWiT's News Director and the anchored the daily show Tech News Today.

Written By Mike Elgan

How to Overcome Cognitive Biases That Threaten Data Security

No one is immune to cognitive biases, but how can IT decision-makers ensure that logical flaws don't weaken data security? Learn how to overcome these security flaws that exist in our heads.

Why You Need New Mobile Security Best Practices for Business Travel

In recent years, the risks associated with passing through an airport have changed dramatically. This demands a complete rethink about mobile security best practices for international travel.

Five Surprising Reasons to Invest in Better Security Training

Security training programs should go beyond the basics and address why phishing attacks, social engineering schemes and other insider threats impact employees personally.