With recent hiring activity and acquisitions, ISMG continues to make significant investments in its editorial practice globally. Novinson joins ISMG’s growing teams in North America, Europe, Asia and the Far East, bolstering the company’s growing global footprint.
“We couldn’t be more excited about Michael joining ISMG’s global editorial team at this time,” said Tom Field, ISMG’s senior vice president of editorial. “Its focus on the cybersecurity industry – covering innovation research and growth in cybersecurity technology companies, mergers and acquisitions, financing activity, earnings; and how it all correlates to the changing threat landscape and attack surface – this decision couldn’t be more timely given the industry’s explosive growth.
According to industry reports like the Momentum Cyber Report, over 1000 companies have received venture capital funding in the past 6 months, with 15 of these entities achieving unicorn status. There are more than 3,500 entities operating in the space, and high-profile deals completed in the first quarter of 2022 alone amounted to $19.2 billion across 318 deals – including Google/Mandiant and TA deals. Associates/Veracode.
Novinson will focus on covering cybersecurity technology companies and cybersecurity activity, providing insights and analysis on the cybersecurity industry’s dynamic landscape, rich ecosystem of startups, product categories traditional and emerging cybersecurity reports, new industry research reports, and more.
“Over the years, I have been impressed with the quality and depth of reporting by ISMG’s editorial team,” Novinson said. “My background in vendor landscape reporting will complement ISMG’s exceptional coverage of the threat and regulatory environment, providing CISOs and other technology professionals with a more comprehensive understanding of the industry.”
Prior to joining The Channel Company, Novinson covered technology, manufacturing, banking and real estate at the Worcester Business Journal in Massachusetts, and was a business and county government reporter for the Times Herald-Record in Middletown. , NY.
“With ISMG’s presence on the ground in all major cybersecurity hubs, including the recent announcement of ISMG’s new expansion into Israel, the editorial team will continue to improve reporting from the ground up across all major regions of the world,” said Mike D’Agostino. , Director General of ISMG.
ISMG’s large editorial team of award-winning journalists has acquired in-depth subject matter expertise, covering more than a decade and a half of the evolution of global cybersecurity markets. With strong industry ties, this team of veterans continues to produce outstanding original programming, including recent podcast and video series such as Sound Off, Proof of Concept and The Ransomware Files.
A unique element within ISMG’s global editorial team is the Global News Desk Unit – a first-of-its-kind cybersecurity news service in B2B technology media worldwide, focused exclusively on providing unparalleled consumer-grade 24×7 cybersecurity coverage.
As the global leader in cybersecurity research, intelligence, and education, ISMG keeps cybersecurity audiences around the world informed and informed of the most critical information, latest trends, and timely analysis, delivered through its world-class media network. ISMG has created and maintains a genuine source of information addressing key issues of interest to its unique audience.
Information Security Media Group (ISMG) is a global cybersecurity-focused education and intelligence company. ISMG manages the world’s largest network dedicated solely to information security and risk management. Each of our thirty media properties offers training, research and news, specifically tailored to key verticals, including banking, healthcare and public sector; geographies from North America to Southeast Asia; and topics such as data breach prevention, cyber risk assessment and fraud. Our annual series of global summits connect experienced security professionals with industry thought leaders to find actionable solutions to pressing cybersecurity challenges.