Information Security Media Group
Information Security Media Group

ISMG Announces Launch of Media Website Focused on Information Security & Risk Management Within the Government Sector

Information Security Media Group (ISMG), publisher of and, is now launching a third vertical industry media website:, dedicated to news and views of federal information security and risk management matters.

Princeton, NJ, April 02, 2009 --( The U.S. has a new President, a new Administration, a new session of Congress ... and a new national mission throughout government to secure personal data and protect the nation's borders from cyber threats.

To track the progress of this new security-savvy Administration comes, a new site dedicated to providing interactive news, views and training on all facets of federal government security.

From FISMA reform to cyber security, from the discovery of new data breaches to the search for the nation's first cyber security leader, offers daily, interactive updates on the issues that matter most to government/security leaders. is published by Information Security Media Group (ISMG), the Princeton, N.J.-based publisher of two financial services sites, and, both of which have established themselves as prominent news sources for banking/security leaders.

Serving at the point of the initiative is Managing Editor Eric Chabrow. A veteran multimedia journalist who has covered information technology, government and business, Chabrow is the former top editor at the award-winning business journal CIO Insight and a long-time editor and writer at InformationWeek. Chabrow was an editor on the team that developed Time Inc.'s teletext information service, a precursor to today's Internet news and information websites. A one-time college journalism teacher, Chabrow worked for daily newspapers, as a business editor in New Jersey and as a government and general assignment reporter in Delaware, Pennsylvania and Ohio. Chabrow anchored, reported and produced news segments for The News Show, a daily webcast that covered business technology. goes live on March 31, and it debuts with, among other interactive features:

-News Analysis: Federal IT Security Agenda: 4 Top Priorities of 2009
-Interviews: FISMA Reforms Outlined: Sen. Tom Carper
-Blogs: The Public Eye -- New Cyber Warfare Branch Proposed
-Guest Columns: Former top federal IT executive Karen Evans on A Common
-Sense Approach to IT Security: Know Your Business

Mike D'Agostino