Greg Otto

Greg Otto

Greg Otto is Editor-in-Chief of CyberScoop, overseeing all editorial content for the website. Greg joined Scoop News Group in 2014 as FedScoop's Tech Editor, covering all of the innovative tech government is leveraging: cloud computing, mobility, cybersecurity, open source and enterprise architecture.

Previously, Greg was the Assistant Managing Editor for Digital at Washington Business Journal, where he covered D.C.'s tech startups while overseeing all digital content. He was also a News Editor at U.S. News & World Report, covering a wide range of topics from technology to crime to culture. Before that, he served as a web editor for WTOP News, winning an Edward R. Murrow award in 2009.

Greg holds a B.A. in Journalism from Temple University. ᐧ

Government

Former Air Force intelligence officer charged with espionage

by Greg Otto • 1 week ago

Monica Witt is accused of spying in a forthcoming indictment that will be unsealed Wednesday, the Department of Justice said.

Technology

Researchers found a way to hack those ubiquitous electric scooters

by Greg Otto • 1 week ago

A researcher with San Francisco-based Zimperium discovered a way to manipulate a Xiaomi M365 scooters via the device's Bluetooth connection.

Technology

Axonius raises $13 million to boost product that tracks connected devices

by Greg Otto • 1 week ago

The company is looking to boost a product that automates device management on enterprise networks.

Technology

Inside the online fight among DerbyCon leaders, illmob, and harassed infosec women

by Greg Otto • 2 weeks ago

The controversy around a popular infosec conference being cancelled has called into question how the greater community allows women and minority groups to establish their careers.

Technology

Apple disables group chat on FaceTime after discovery of bad bug

by Greg Otto • 3 weeks ago

A fix for the FaceTime bug is expected to ship to all users within the next week.

Technology

How sloppy OPSEC gave researchers an inside look at the exploit industry

by Greg Otto • 1 month ago

New information from Lookout has given the public unique insights into how nation-states buy and develop surveillance exploits.

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