Scoop News Group announces the debut of CyberScoop, the go-to destination for the latest cyber news, with the launch of a digital newsletter featuring articles and events related to protecting electronic data. With an initial subscriber base of 200,000 government and industry professionals, CyberScoop will engage top security leaders through news, newsletters, TV, radio and events. The full news site is scheduled to launch in August 2016.
Cybersecurity has increasingly become the No. 1 priority among IT leaders in federal, state and local governments; educational institutions; and the private sector. CyberScoop is the response to the rise of cyber-related infringements, issues and discussions.
“As the leading tech media company in Washington, D.C., we have spent the past eight years building community with top security leaders from the government and tech industry. We are uniquely positioned to bring the brightest people together and wrap our arms around an issue that impacts everyone,” says Goldy Kamali, Founder and CEO of Scoop News Group. “From the White House to Silicon Valley, we will engage and collaborate with security leaders on the latest technology to the policies that shape our digital world. CyberScoop will take a growing, complex landscape and make sense of it on one platform.”
With nearly a decade of cybersecurity coverage published in SNG’s federal, state and local, and education technology media titles — FedScoop, StateScoop and EdScoop, respectively — this cutting-edge platform will provide dedicated cybersecurity and cyber-related coverage through CyberScoop.com and its daily newsletter. SNG’s award-winning editorial team are established members of the cyber technology community and will be led by technology journalism veteran, Greg Otto, as its Managing Editor.
“‘Cybersecurity’ is such a nebulous term. Does it mean the same thing as it did five years ago? What does it mean to our government? What does it mean to us individually? What does it mean for the way we do business, for the way we protect our health and the way we move from one place to another? From the OPM hack to the fight over encryption, FedScoop has produced great coverage of all things related to federal cybersecurity. CyberScoop will take it to the next level, reporting on the resulting breaking news, developments and cybersecurity advancements in both government and the marketplace,” says Greg Otto, Managing Editor, CyberScoop.
To learn more about CyberScoop, or to sign up for updates, please visit www.cyberscoop.com.