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Cyber attacks can shut down a business, wipe out millions of dollars in value, expose corporations to lawsuits and fines and cost CEOs their jobs. WSJ Pro Cybersecurity is looking for an ambitious reporter to cover the business dimensions of cybersecurity for a professional audience. The successful candidate must be able to write with authority, bringing context and insight to reporting and commentary. The ability to report on a complex subject matter and develop sources within a corporation is a must, as are strong reporting, writing and analytical skills. A familiarity with cybersecurity, technology and the workings of big corporations are key. The role also involves working on Pro Cyber conferences in London and New York. Do you dare venture into the breach? If so, contact your editor and apply to Professional Products Editor Kimberly Johnson and CIO Journal and Cybersecurity Editor Steve Rosenbush.
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Requisition ID 2018-31106
Job Function News/Editorial
Business Area NEWS/WSJ
Job Area1 News