Security magazine is committed to producing journalism that meets the highest editorial standards for our enterprise security readers.
Today’s successful enterprise risk and security leaders focus solely on assuring and enabling the enterprise. In turn, Security’s unique and vital mission is simple: providing information and solutions to help these powerful decision-makers do their jobs. That includes selecting partners and providers for technology and services that address physical, logical, cyber and enterprise resilience.
Led by Editor-in-Chief Diane Ritchey and Managing Editor Claire Meyer, Security’s must-read content is developed with input from industry thought-leaders.
As a result, Security addresses strategic and practical management issues:
Editorial in Security magazine offers practical tips and advice on overcoming everyday problems faced by enterprise security executives professionals in 18 sectors, including healthcare, K-12 and University, banking and finance, critical infrastructure, retail, government and more.
Take a look at the most recent issue. Don’t have one? Please contact Editor Diane Ritchey at firstname.lastname@example.org
Study the table of contents and the types of news, features and columns to get a feel for what you can contribute. Come up with ideas for future articles for Security magazine. Most articles have a “how-to-do-it” approach and offer readers tips for making specific improvements in the security enterprise.
Security magazine welcomes contributions from enterprise security executives, including:
Please refer to our editorial calendar for a complete list of article topics. However, your article doesn’t necessarily need to tie into the content that is scheduled for a particular issue. Security magazine does not accept bylined articles or interviews from security vendors.
Submissions may be sent to us at any time, year-round.
Articles should be written in a word document. Please include appropriate sidebars and subheads when needed to break up sections of your article. Provide captions for all graphics.
Artwork. We cannot accept embedded images in word documents. All tables, charts or diagrams should be in an electronic format (.tif, .eps or .jpg) with a minimum 300 dpi resolution, and a minimum large format size of 8” x 10” (2400 x 3200 pixels).
Rights Acknowledgement. BNP Media shall own all rights to any submission accepted for publication (including text, photographs, artwork, charts, graphs, etc.) in its edited, redesigned or otherwise altered state. BNP Media shall have the right to publish such submissions in any form whatsoever, including printed form, disk, electronic or any now- or hereafter-developed method of transmitting information over the Internet or other distributed network system. You will be asked to sign a form granting BNP Media these reprint rights.
Want to share your views quickly, without waiting for a new print edition of Security? Contribute to the Security eNewsletter! Published twice monthly, this is an ideal space to learn and share news about recent security trends, risks, studies, solutions and more that pertain to the enterprise security leader.
For our eNewsletter, Security does accept contributed articles and blogs from security end users, consultants, subject matter experts, integrators and vendors. Articles must be:
We request that articles for the Security eNewsletter be no longer than 750 words, with a byline and a short (three sentences, maximum) “About the Author” section.
Articles that are published in the Security eNewsletter are also posted on SecurityMagazine.com.
Articles that have proven to be very successful with Security eNewsletter subscribers often include how-to guides, step-by-step breakdowns of a security process, or general best practices to address specific problems or risks in the enterprise.
If you’re interested in contributing to the Security eNewsletter, please contact Security magazine’s Managing Editor, Claire Meyer, at email@example.com. We request that you send a short pitch instead of a completed article, so we can discuss whether or not the article would work for Security, and to help tailor the content to best fit our subscribers’ interests and needs.
Native advertising articles are required to be 500-2,000 words. Security encourages high-quality objective and non-commercial content that will be considered valuable to our readers. Articles about trends, how-to pieces, best practices and industry solutions are more appropriate and will be better received by our readership. Content should be geared toward enterprise security leaders. Security maintains the right to review, edit or refuse sponsor content as determined by the editor or publisher. Standard advertising terms and conditions (as well as content copyright terms), as outlined on the insertion order, also apply. All sponsored content will be labeled as such.