Profile of Steve KovskyTechnology Journalist
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Steve Kovsky has covered all aspects of information technology for more than 20 years in print, radio, television and online. A long-time tech correspondent for radio and television stations in Southern California, Steve is a prolific journalist and author whose body of work has been widely read by both IT professionals and consumers worldwide. Along with reporting and hosting live events for publications such as InformationWeek, Dark Reading and Network Computing, he also served as a principal analyst for research firms including Current Analysis and Saugatuck Technology, and provides custom content for high-tech startups.
Articles by Steve Kovsky
A new pecking order may be needed as CIO and CISO objectives clash, putting them at cross-purposes.
Keeping pace with the changes in IT security calls for new tactics in developing and acquiring security talent.
Speakers and exhibitors at last week's RSA Conference outlined why DevSecOps need to be implemented throughout the software development cycle.
IoT experts share some advice for companies embarking on their first, or maybe their first "successful", IoT initiative.
The 30-plus year old job title "CIO" is opening up a number of new possibilities when it comes to defining the role.
Speakers at the RSA Conference this week shared some advice on how business leaders can deal with hackers who are trying to extort payments from an organization.
The success of a small business often comes down to trust: Can your customers really trust you to deliver? No one knows that better than CEO Todd Linscott of Torelli Bicycle Co., the subject of this season's InformationWeek SMB On Location Technology Makeover Series.
Low tech and high tech collide at Torelli Bicycle Co. in Los Angeles as the old-school bike maker gets a major technology makeover from business software specialist SAP.