About eSecurity Planet
eSecurity Planet is the IT professional's top choice for Internet security news and analysis, technical tutorials, product reviews, and buying guides. Since 2002, eSecurity Planet has been helping IT leaders protect their networks and data by providing expert, actionable insight into the latest tools and techniques that safeguard the ever-changing threat landscape. Led by a seasoned editorial team, eSecurityPlanet allows readers to tap into an unmatched level of strategic and practical expertise.
Ann All is the Managing Editor of eSecurity Planet. She has 15 years of experience as a writer and editor covering the technology industry. Ann also serves as the editor of Enterprise Apps Today, and she was previously an associate editor for IT Business Edge and editor-in-chief of ATMmarketplace. To discuss editorial submissions, please contact Ann via email.
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eSecurity Planet's contributors include:
- Sean Michael Kerner, Senior News Editor
- Jeff Goldman, Contributing Writer
- Paul Rubens, Contributing Writer
- Aaron Weiss, Contributing Writer
- Eric Geier, Contributing Writer
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