Illena Armstrong

Illena Armstrong

VP, editorial

Illena Armstrong is VP, editorial of SC Magazine, the leading business magazine for the information security industry, where she manages editorial staff in New York and Michigan. She is responsible for overseeing the award-winning monthly publication and its many other editorial offerings, including scmagazine.com, the SC Magazine Canada monthly digital editions, numerous eConferences, webcasts, newsletters and physical events in the United States and Canada, and more. She has spoken and moderated at a number of industry events, including SC World Congress, SC Congress Canada, SC Magazine Roundtables, the RSA Conference, the Techno Security Conference and others. On her watch, SC Magazine has won more than 20 awards, including Magazine of the Year 2009, from the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE). Before her stint at SC Magazine, she worked for various newspapers and magazines in New England and the southern United States.

Most Recent Articles by Illena Armstrong

Heart of darkness

Heart of darkness

Just how vulnerable are we to an assault by the NSA, asks Illena Armstrong, SC's VP, editorial.

Can good come from bad news?

Can good come from bad news?

Despite the bullishness around information security planning and budgeting seen in the results of our survey, we're still seeing breaches like those experienced by Target

Solutions that complicate security strategies

In this sponsored video, Don Gray, chief security strategist at Solutionary, sits with Illena Armstrong, VP of editorial at SC Magazine, to discuss today's threat landscape and some of the technology that may complicate matters at time.

What security pros should focus on in 2014

In this sponsored video, Philippe Courtot, president and CEO of Qualys, sits with Illena Armstrong, VP of editorial at SC Magazine, to share what his thoughts are on what he considers a "pivotal" year in security.

Online safety for kids of all ages

Online safety for kids of all ages

In the aftermath of the Target breach, there is a huge need for all the people who are engaging with technology to understand more about cyber threats and ways they can account for these before and after something goes down.

More Articles by Illena Armstrong

Moving on up

Privacy, please

Sign up to our newsletters

POLL