Inside the Media Mind of Grant Gross: The Progression and Regulation of Technology and Public Policy

Ever since his shy high school days, Grant Gross has been passionate about three things: technology, public policy and journalism. These interests are what propelled his journalism career and took him from covering school board and county commission meetings to becoming a highly regarded technology reporter. As a journalist for nearly 30 years, 14 of […]

How to Maintain a Professional Twitter Account – and Avoid the Dreaded “Resurfaced Tweet”

Stop me if you’ve heard this before – a public figure, brand executive or celebrity did something on social media that caused more harm than good. We’ve seen careers ruined and storms of negative PR resulting from “dead” posts that resurface like zombies from a figurative social media graveyard, feeding on the reputations of otherwise […]

Inside the Mind of Troy Schneider: A Federal Media Deep Dive

This week’s guest on W2 Communications’ podcast, “Inside the Media Minds,” is Troy Schneider, Editor-in-Chief of Federal Computer Week (FCW) and Government Computer News (GCN).  Along with hosts Christine Blake and Evan Weisel, Troy discusses the numerous publications he oversees and even breaks some news regarding GCN’s awards program! The show takes a nostalgic turn when […]

Securing the Federal Government: Challenges and Opportunities

Last week’s Security Through Innovation Summit, presented by FedScoop, offered interesting perspectives on cybersecurity through a federal government lens. While there were new insights well worth learning, it seemed there was also a bit of an uncomfortable resignation in much of the audience: cyber threats have unfortunately become commonplace. The ever-insightful Chris Young, CEO of […]

Bloomberg BNA’s Dan Stoller on the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica Scandal

Dan Stoller, Senior Legal Editor for Bloomberg BNA’s Privacy & Security Law Report, was this week’s guest on W2 Communications’ “Inside the Media Minds” podcast. During the conversation, we discuss Dan’s background in law and journalism, data privacy and what to look for in the news in the second half of 2018. Highlights from this week’s […]

Q&A with a Former Tech Journalist: How to Ensure Your Emailed Pitch Gets Read – and Covered

  In this blog post, we sit down with Dennis McCafferty, Vice President of Content at W2 Communications, to discuss – from a former journalist’s perspective – what reporters look for in a pitch. Dennis joined W2 Communications in December 2010, after working more than 20 years as a journalist, with experience in all forms […]

Happy Mother’s Day!

As we gear up for Mother’s Day this weekend, can you believe it’s been one year since the WannaCry mayhem? With that said, Happy Mother’s Day from W2 Communications!

Introducing “Inside the Media Minds” – A W2 Communications Production

Did you know (or hear!) about our brand new podcast series – Inside the Media Minds? We are excited to be on the air interviewing some of the most reputable technology reporters in the media landscape today. The podcast features in-depth conversations with journalists who share everything from how they began their journalism careers, to their […]

EmployeeFeatureFriday: Tom Resau

(If you like this blog, please share it. Thanks!) As a senior vice president at W2 Communications specializing in cybersecurity PR campaigns, Tom Resau brings more than 18 years of experience, including the creation and management of public sector, energy and financial services PR programs for Symantec’s corporate communications team. Throughout his career, he has […]

CYBERTACOS Spices Up D.C. Networking Scene for Cybersecurity Pros and Media

(If you like this blog, please share it. Thanks!) “Stay crunchy!” … Upwards of 250 cybersecurity professionals and media gathered this week for tacos, drinks and networking at CYBERTACOS, an event founded by W2 Communications and co-hosted with LaunchTech Communications. Held at Don Tito in Arlington, Va., CYBERTACOS kicked off by hosting its first-ever “Meet […]