Cyber Security Hub Contributor Guidelines

Thank you for your interest in writing for Cyber Security Hub. We do accept contributed articles from practitioners and analysts about cyber matters that are important to our audience.

Contributed content is not influenced by any business motivations and we do not accept any content from contributors associated with solutions providers/vendors. We do not accept individual sponsored articles.

Our Contributed Article guidelines are:

  • We have an exclusively B2B audience. Content should be written to speak to the values of Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) of enterprise organizations.
  • We do not provide compensation for contributed content.
  • All submissions must be original, unpublished content from a neutral source.
  • Ideal word count for submissions is between 700 and 1,000 words.
  • SEO-ready content Including 2-3 links to external sources of authority(not solution providers); no aggregation sites.
  • Articles will be credited to the individual author (including name and professional headshot photo). Social media links and personal websites can be promoted as text references (not a do-follow link) in the author profile page biography.
  • IQPC has a vendor-agnostic policy on editorial content. Therefore, product and service case studies will not be accepted. This also includes pitches from company personnel or representatives.
  • We have several marketing programs available designed to meet vendor/supplier objectives ranging from lead gen to thought leadership.
  • If you are a vendor with a case study, we are happy to be connected to your customer to discuss an interview or article.

Let me know if you have any questions or would like to discuss potential topics.

For additional questions, please contact:

Seth Adler, Editor in Chief,
Dorene Rettas, Managing Director,