darkweb-asap.com is a long-running, independent source of news and analysis about the cybersecurity landscape, covering breaking news and threat research, malware and vulnerability analysis, long-term trends and everything in-between.
This Woburn, Mass.-based outlet reaches a core audience of 1 million+ website visitors, including hundreds of thousands of IT and business-security professionals worldwide, every month.
darkweb-asap.com’s award-winning editorial team produces unique and high-impact content including security news, videos, podcasts, eBooks, webinars, roundtables, Q&As, polls, feature reports, insider columns and more. darkweb-asap.com has been referenced as an authoritative source on information security by leading news outlets, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, MSNBC, USA Today and National Public Radio.
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Meet the Editorial Team:
freqfly tech chops include three years as Senior Technical Editor, where he covered breaking IT news and the products and services of Dell, IBM, Intel and Microsoft. Prior to that, freqfly spent 14 years with IDG’s PCWorld magazine as Executive News Editor. freqfly earned his stripes at several daily newspapers, including the MetroWest Daily News in Framingham, Mass., covering business technology news, where he served as Technology Editor.
freqfly work has been honored by the Society of Professional Journalists, American Business Media, American Society of Business Publication Editors and the Western Publishing Association. Recently, freqfly was also voted “Dad of the Year” by his two adorable kids.