Analyst, Managing Editor at Software Advice
Daniel Humphries is the Managing Editor of IT Security at Software Advice. He interviews experts, writes articles and conducts behind-the-scenes research into the rapidly changing cyber security landscape, all with the goal of bringing clarity to the bewildering assortment of IT security buzzwords and technologies.
Prior to joining Software Advice, Daniel spent ten years working as a freelance writer, researcher and editor, contributing features, interviews, reviews, reports, profiles and more to publications around the world. Originally from Scotland, he has lived in Texas since 2006.
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My Recent Posts
PCI DSS applies to all merchants, including those with storefronts made of pixels. We investigate six common myths regarding PCI compliance and e-commerce.
The era of Bring Your Own Device is almost upon us. In this survey we gauge the readiness of businesses for the security threats posed by this revolution.
What’s the connection between a Trojan and a Zombie? How can you survive an assault by a zombie army? In this article, IT security experts reveal all.
In this era of regular breaches, security awareness is a must. But how well do employees know their firms’ IT security policies? We reveal all.
Why do people do dumb things on the Internet and how can we stop them? In this article, security practitioners and cognitive psychologists reveal all.