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Cheat Sheet: Reporters Who Cover Cybersecurity Surveys

Here’s a short list of reporters who have covered cybersecurity surveys in the past 90 days. Not a lot of high-profile titles, maybe a couple. Small audiences. Bear in mind that other security reporters, absent from this list, might be moved to cover a compelling survey.

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TechCrunch Surveys Subscribers of TC+

TechCrunch wants to know how TechCrunch+ subscribers like the product, so it has surveyed them. Here are the six screens from the survey, fielded last month. It’s good to see TC so solicitous.

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Q&A: Steve Lohr, NYT

If you’re younger than 43 years old, Steve Lohr was reporting for the New York Times before you were born. Imagine all the stories he has written… the interviews he has conducted… and all the pitches he has seen.

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Why Reporters Would Cover a Survey — and Why They Wouldn’t

Tech vendors pour countless hours and dollars into surveys and ask the comms people to publicize the findings. How do you coax busy, skeptical reporters to cover these things? As we did in 2015, we asked reporters to give one reason they’d cover vendor surveys and one reason they wouldn’t. Here’s what they said this time.

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