Hey, /r/netsec! Theres three of us here today: Max Eddy and Neil Rubenking, security analysts at PCMag, and Jack Morse, a tech reporter from /u/mashable. Were all obsessed with cybersecurity, data privacy, malware and scamsand were all contributors to Kernel Panic, a new video series on the worst hacks and breaches of all time. The first episode is live now. Go watch it, and ask us anything.
Max: Im a senior security analyst for PCMag. I review VPN services and write the weekly SecurityWatch column. Chinese state-sponsored hackers have my Social Security Number. I was voted number 1 Rat Dad in 2013 and have a dog named Lulu who was voted the 2019 Best Dog by me. Im on Twitter @wmaxeddy and Mastodon @email@example.com. Proof: https://i.redd.it/jg8zztl571j31.jpg
Neil: Im PCMags lead security analyst and an advisory board member for the Anti-Malware Testing Standards Organization. Ive been writing for PCMag for over 30 years, and covering security for nearly half that time. Twitter: @neiljrubenking. Proof: https://i.redd.it/vtz6d3zz71j31.jpg
Jack: Im a tech reporter for Mashable. My reporting focuses on cybersecurity, data privacy, internet scams, cryptocurrency, and why it always pays to be paranoid. You can find me every year at DEF CON, where Ill be lounging next to the very real pool on the roof. Twitter: @jmorse_. Proof: https://i.redd.it/u8wlhxyw71j31.png