Here's a working list of Tier 1 crypto reporters working in 15 Tier 1 and higher Tier 2 publications. Some of these folks cover crypto sporadically. Most cover full-time. By all means let us know if you believe we’ve omitted someone.
For the final installment of our six-part deep-dive, we're going by the numbers. Which are the publications that deliver the most coverage of the four major "horizontal" security markets -- AI, IoT, cloud and autonomous. Data culled from IT Database.
Automated video analysis is a branch of AI that involves a number of industry segments, including cloud and security. Here's a list of product and trend reporters who might fill the bill. List current as of Mar. 2018.
The reach-the-millennial phenomenon is a bit past peak but many clients still seek coverage. We assembled a list of millennially-minded reported, many in Tier 1 -- and we hereby share it with you. List current as of Mar. 2018.
There aren't as many interview opps for female CMOs as one might think. Yes, general Q&A opps are eligible, but if you want to the client to showcase her marketing acumen, a short list is what you'll need. Here's ours, current as of Apr. 2018.
Pitching a big-picture story? Consider pitching correspondents for overseas publications. They're paid to spot trech trends that few others see, and to put them in simple perspective for casual readers. If your agency isn't turf-constricted, peruse our list of European media influencers based in the US.
“Get ‘em to write a story about us — just about us,” the clients exhort. In security that’s even tougher to achieve than in most industry segments. Mostly that’s because time-strapped reporters are too busy chasing breaches and threats. Company profiles are as evergreen as stories get.
“Preventive” and “remedial” spring to mind when envisioning coverage for the C-suite. Skills is one of those C-suite evergreen topics, and in 2018 it’s been more of same. And the channel has that dual appeal -- to the product buyers and to the C-titles who own the budget.
Most earned media in fintech security revolves around threats, with obvious good reason. When you log onto your online banking, you don’t want to see everything zeroed out. But PR pathways do exist. The most positive editorial in the segment reflects the work and thinking of industry associations.
Landing security coverage can be crazy tough. We hope this SWMS Security Deep-Dive will make things easier. The report frames the (cyber)security editorial landscape into eight segments with 21 sub-segments. It contains coverage examples within each. The mission is to frame what does get green-lighted, and to suggest roadmaps so you can place similar articles.
Journalists are leaving media brands every week. Read the fruits of 16 confidential interviews with journalists now working at tech brands or PR agencies, and five interviews with the executives who hired these journalists.