David Strom


David Strom has over 35 years of experience as a technology journalist, author and speaker. He is one of the leading experts in network and Internet technologies. He was the founding editor-in-chief for Network Computing magazine and ran other editorial teams at PC Week (now eWeek), VAR Business and Tom's Hardware. For these positions, he built several IT test labs, designed a desktop publishing and production system before they were commonplace and hired dozens of editors and graphic artists. He presently curates the Inside Security newsletter content.  

During his 35 year career, he has written thousands of magazine articles along with two computer networking books. He has spoken around the world at numerous business and technology conferences, as well as appeared on various TV news programs to explain technology topics.  He began his career working in varying roles at the start of the end-user computing revolution in the early 1980s. He has a Masters of Science, Operations Research degree from Stanford University, and a BS from Union College.

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David Strom

Editor, Inside Security


David Strom has over 35 years of experience as a technology journalist, author and speaker. He is one of the leading experts in network and Internet technologies. He was the founding editor-in-chief for Network Computing magazine and ran other editorial teams at PC Week (now eWeek), VAR Business and Tom's Hardware. For these positions, he built several IT test labs, designed a desktop publishing and production system before they were commonplace and hired dozens of editors and graphic artists. He presently curates the Inside Security newsletter content.  

During his 35 year career, he has written thousands of magazine articles along with two computer networking books. He has spoken around the world at numerous business and technology conferences, as well as appeared on various TV news programs to explain technology topics.  He began his career working in varying roles at the start of the end-user computing revolution in the early 1980s. He has a Masters of Science, Operations Research degree from Stanford University, and a BS from Union College.

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