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Computer, website, and database owners are thinking about keeping their assets secure all the time. If you own a website that talks about data security, find a data security writer so you can get content to keep audiences engaged. Data security writers can discuss news, reviews, updates, and tips and tricks about the latest security software. Data owners are always concerned about hackers, so find a data security writer and give reliable content to your audience by the week.

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Ray S

New York, New York, United States • Last online about 3 hours

Avid traveler and writer. I have lived or worked on 3 continents and have a special fondness for Southeast Asia and North Africa. I frequently write on topics including management challenges, startup marketing & finance, cybersecurity, and travel.

Customer Ratings: 184

Bryant D

Last online about 1 hour

I enjoy making words work. I am an editor. A writer. A content strategist. An embryonic storyteller. I realized something recently about my career. What I enjoy the most is creating and sharing useful information for the folks I’m writing for. My favorite comment about my work was from an inform magazine reader. He had been trying for years to implement an ECM project in his company. He plunked down an article from inform on his boss’ desk and said “This is why.” He received permissions and implemented a successful system that help the company save time and money. It felt great to hear that. Like it felt great to hear from people who had hung posters (yeah, infographics used to be called posters!) from the magazine on their walls. My entire working life has been focused on identifying topics to write about myself or assigni...

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Hunter A

Last online about 5 hours

Hunter Amato is a graduate of Florida State University with multiple degrees spanning a wide variety of subjects. He aims to bring his diverse knowledge to bear in his professional pursuits in a way that helps further his blossoming career as a writer. He is currently living in New York City and aspires to continue growing his professional network in order to enjoy all that the Big Apple has to offer.

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Vaibhav B

London, England, United Kingdom • Last online 1 day

A proficient writer with more than 5 years of experience in digital content creation, who has worked with prestigious clients such as Educomp in the past. Well-known in ghostwriting circles, he now has a byline to his name as well. He has created content for children's books, written video scripts, and even edited a couple of novels that saw the light of the day in the publishing world. Writing blog posts and website content is his bread and butter. (This is to display my knack for writing in third person! Ask me for a sample, or references. I would be happy to share them.)

Customer Ratings: 211

Scott K

Cary, North Carolina, United States • Last online 30 minutes

I possess a strong 20-year background in marketing, digital marketing, and advertising. However, writing has always been a true passion of mine, and after working in corporate offices for many years, I turned my passion for writing into a full-time job. As a contract content writer for the last 12 years, I have acquired vast knowledge about a variety of different subjects. I have also written and published two fantasy novels and a collection of short stories. While I can conduct investigative Internet research in order to write informative content for articles, press releases, blog posts, and websites, some of my areas of expertise include: Digital Marketing-- Entrepreneurship-- Health & Wellness-- Home Improvement & Gardening-- Data Security-- Food & Cooking--

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Read Sample Data Security Blog Posts

The best way to find the perfect data security content writer for your business is to read writing samples they have published in the past. All Scripted writers offer writing samples to potential clients to showcase their talent and experience. Check out these blog posts from a few of our data security writers:

The SMB owner's checklist for data security

Every so often, a media outlet reports on a major data breach affecting a large corporation and hundreds of thousands of consumers. But just because the media only reports on the large data breaches doesn't mean small businesses are safe from being targeted. In fact, it's typically quite the opposite.

Over 75% of data breaches occur in SMBs, simply because important data security protocols aren't put into place.

And while virus protection certainly goes a long way towards mitigating the risks of a data breach, it isn't enough. It only takes one click by a negligent employee to allow a... Read More

3 Sayings From The A-Team on the Benefits of IT Consulting for your Business

"I love it when a plan comes together," Colonel John "Hannibal" Smith was famous for saying on the hit '80s television show The A-Team. Hannibal, the team's leader, always had a big, thick cigar pinched between grinning teeth as he said it, the smile suggesting that he had private expertise that guaranteed the team's success, whatever the obstacle.

The A-Team was, of course, a falsely accused "crack" commando unit who escaped from military prison to become soldiers of fortune, righting wrongs everywhere they went.

They used their unique military knowledge to solve problems and help people, all while trying to... Read More

5 cybersecurity threats that crushed businesses in 2016

5 cybersecurity threats that crushed businesses in 2016

Almost everyone was affected by cybercrime last year. Cybersecurity threats ran wild. Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks took down Netflix, Amazon, and Reddit, among others. Business email compromise (BEC) affected the Democratic National Convention (DNC), which accidentally made cybersecurity an unofficial theme of the 2016 presidential election. If your interactions with the front of cybercrime were limited to a few hours unable to stream Netflix, count yourself lucky.

If the thought of 2017 security trends makes you want to hide your head under a pillow, you're far from alone. Criminals are getting... Read More

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