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

More problem apps found on Google Play

A series of 68 apps created by five different publishers found on Google Play that promise capabilities like games, phone hacking and phone number but really deliver little or no functionality have been uncovered by a recent study.

Cisco patches three DoS-related flaws

Cisco released updates for a trio of products that if exploited could lead to a denial of service (DoS) condition.

50.5 million Sungy Mobile customers exposed through open ports

Chinese app maker Sungy Mobile may have exposed the information of more than 50.5 million of its customers, according to researchers who were able to access dozens of the company's databases through a pair of IP addresses that did not require any login credentials.

Former Microsoft worker and Reveton ransomware bag man sentenced to 18 months

The former Microsoft employee who had been charged with, and initially plead not guilty to, helping launder the gains made through the distribution of Reveton ransomware has been sentenced to 18 months in prison.

Google location tracker is tough dodge

An Associated Press report found Google continues to track a user's location even when that person attempts to turn off the various location services provided through the Android operating system and its apps.