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(ISC)² Government Advisory Board Executive Writers Bureau

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"Checklist for Keeping Mobile Apps Secure."

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If you're a reporter or editor looking for contributors to a story on information security, (ISC)² can help.

Several members of the (ISC)² U.S. Government Advisory Board have formed a volunteer Executive Writers Bureau (EWB). The purpose is to provide origninal contributed editorial for a variety of information security-related topics, including those covered by the (ISC)² CBK®, a compendium of information security topics.

The EWB members are information security and management professionals from the ranks of the U.S. federal government, including civilian senior executives and military officers, and private-sector organizations. All articles are developed collectively and peer-reviewed.

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Sourcing

All articles will be bylined as an article written by the “(ISC)² U.S. Government Advisory Board Executive Writers Bureau – a Group of Senior Federal IT Security Experts.” Individual writers will not be sourced.

Submit a Request

If you would like to request an article by the EWB, please submit your request via email to Courtney Beveridge of Extension Group, Editor of the (ISC)² EWB: cbeveridge@extensiongroup.com or call +1.703.234.7815. If you have a specific need to cover a topic not mentioned or would like immediate comment from (ISC)² on a story you're working on, please submit a request for consideration.

Submissions must include: 

  • Name of publication
  • Name of staff/editor requesting commentary
  • Phone and email contact information
  • Description of topic
  • Description of audience
  • Required word count
  • Deadline considerations (Please note the EWB prefers a 30-day writing cycle from the time a request is submitted to the time a finished article is delivered. However, under certain circumstances, the EWB is prepared to deliver an article in a shorter timeframe).