Dark Reading executive editor Kelly Jackson Higgins has been named a Top 10 Cybersecurity Journalist in voting conducted by the SANS Institute earlier this month.
The 10 award winners were selected from a field of more than 100 journalists through a multistep nomination and voting process among active journalists. The awards recognize the full body of work contributed by each journalist during 2018. Dark Reading staff editor Kelly Sheridan was also a nominee.
Jackson Higgins won the Top Ten award the last two times the SANS Institute conducted the voting, in 2014 and 2012.
A veteran of more than two decades of IT journalism, Jackson Higgins has worked for Dark Reading since its inaugural year in 2006. Prior, she covered a variety of IT technologies and published articles in publications such as Network Computing, Secure Enterprise Magazine, and CommunicationsWeek.
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