Doug Olenick

Doug Olenick, Online Editor

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Doug Olenick joined SC Magazine in August 2015 as online editor. He heads up the publication's web operation. Doug has covered the technology sector for more than 20 years for a string of B2B and consumer publications. His longest tenured position was as web editor/senior editor for NewBay Media's TWICE (This Week in Consumer Electronics). Prior to that post, Doug was a senior editor for CMP's Computer Retail Week and he worked as a reporter for the Martinsville Bulletin newspaper. More recently his work could be found on Forbes.com, TheStreet, Mainstreet and Bar Business Magazine. Doug is a veteran of 20 consumer electronic shows and has attended hundreds of tech industry events. He resides on Long Island with his wife and two children.

Most Recent Articles by Doug Olenick

Ukrainian officials blame Russia for VPNFilter attack on chlorine plant

The Ukrainian Secret Service is blaming Russian intelligence for an attack it blocked that was launched upon a chlorine distillation plan in the Dnipropetrovsk region using VPNFilter malware.

Spambots launch last minute World Cup-themed hi attacks

With the World Cup winding up this weekend, malicious actors are hustling out the last of their World Cup-based attacks in an attempt to obtain a few more victims.

Cybercriminals take the day off to watch the World Cup

There is no doubt the World Cup has a negative impact on business productivity, but it may come as a surprise to find cybercriminals are no different and take the day off when their nation's squad is playing.

MedEvolve FTP server left open to web, patient data compromised

A customer of the medical practice management software firm MedEvolve had the PII of at least 15 patients, and possibly more, were exposed when a file on an FTP server was left open to the internet.

US CERT issues security advisory on Kea server for memory flaw

US-CERT issued a medium rated security advisory for Kea DHCP version 1.4.0 that could cause memory leakage resulting in the failure of memory locations.