Securityroundtable.org is Palo Alto Networks’ one-stop digital resource for business leaders looking for insightful, actionable information about cybersecurity best practices. Using a “Plan, Prevent, Respond” framework, SRT’s mission is to educate, inform, and entertain directors, C-level executives, and other business leaders who are tasked with setting the tone for cybersecurity policies within their organizations.
SRT will publish thought leadership and insights about trends and strategies that are of interest to and use by senior executives who are helping to shape cyber security within their organizations. We will provide balanced, well-reported original features, interviews, graphics, videos, podcasts, and analysis in a readable, informational, and entertaining way, along with a selection of appropriate content curated by our editors from around the Web.
SRT will rely on the expertise of a select group of contributors and content creators/providers to write about what is interesting, unique, important, and inspirational for our audience. These content creators currently include cybersecurity experts within Palo Alto Networks, as well as well-respected partners, influencers, and topical experts from outside the company. Our content-creator world also includes top writers from the freelance business-technology community. What’s more, we invite thought leaders from around the globe who are writing about these topics to send articles and papers our way.
Palo Alto Networks, SRT’s parent company, is the next-generation security company maintaining trust in the digital age by helping tens of thousands of organizations worldwide prevent cyber breaches. To read about how organizations all over the world rely on Palo Alto Networks to detect and prevent advanced cyberattacks while safely enabling applications, visit https://www.paloaltonetworks.com/.
How to Contribute
Securityroundtable.org is more than a destination to learn about what it takes strengthen cybersecurity in your organization. It’s also a community where senior leaders come to share their own ideas and stories. And we want to hear from you!
Contributors can submit content on topics that matter to business leaders and directors, including trends, best practices, and even contrarian viewpoints. All content—which can be in the form of articles, whitepapers, reports, infographics, and audio/video—must be exclusive to securityroundtable.org. That means it hasn’t run elsewhere. Also, please check your product and company pitches at the door. All content must be vendor- and product-neutral. And any data included should be cited to a source.
How To Submit An Article
To submit an article please send the following:
- 1. Your name and contact information.
- 2. A 2-4 paragraph executive summary or a copy (MS Word) of the full article you would like to have published attached to the email.
- 3. The name, title, company, and 2-3 line biography of the contributor. Please include a high-res photo (.jpg preferred) to accompany the article.
SRT’s editorial staff will review the pitch/article for publication and work with the contributor on suggested edits. We reserve the right to edit all submissions for clarity, organization, grammar, style, and length; substantive changes are subject to author approval.
Of note: Please name Word documents using this format: articleheadline_authorname. Also, be sure to include the author’s name and bio in the Word document.
If you have any other questions about submitting articles, please send an email to SRTpitch@paloaltonetworks.com.
Tim Moran, Editor in Chief, firstname.lastname@example.org
Emily Ekman, Marketing Program Coordinator, email@example.com