Every year the protection of private and confidential information gains more and more attention. According to the World Quality Report 2015-16, the only global report for application quality, security is the most highly ranked priority in the IT strategies used by survey respondents. Until recently, a company’s applications were mainly internal and its security was […]
Martin Rosenberg is Director of Content, Energy for Penton Media.He was editor-in-chief of EnergyBiz, a national publication covering the energy industry, from its launch under his direction in 2004 through 2014. The magazine was recognized as the best publication covering the ?energy/utilities/engineering? sectors in 2005-2008, 2010 and 2012.He has written extensively about energy, technology, finance and international business. His freelance work has appeared in the New York Times, Seattle Times, Japan Times and other publications. He and previously was editor-in-chief of Utility Business, a monthly publication that won numerous journalism awards.He was a business writer at the Kansas City Star from 1985-1998 and worked for newspapers in Oregon. He was a Fulbright Fellow to Japan, where he studied economics, and received a grant from the German Marshall Fund of the United States to study international agricultural issues.He is a graduate of Reed College and holds a master?s degree from Northwestern University?s Medill School of Journalism. He and his wife, Matilda, reside in Kansas City and have three children.
Mark is an expert in maintenance management, having racked up an impressive track record during his time working in the field. He also has extensive knowledge of, and practical expertise with, the National Electrical Code (NEC). Through his consulting business, he provides articles and training materials on electrical topics, specializing in making difficult subjects easy to understand and focusing on the practical aspects of electrical work.Prior to starting his own business, Mark served as the Technical Editor on EC&M for six years, worked three years in nuclear maintenance, six years as a contract project engineer/project manager, three years as a systems engineer, and three years in plant maintenance management.Mark earned an AAS degree from Rock Valley College, a BSEET from Columbia Pacific University, and an MBA from Lake Erie College. He?s also completed several related certifications over the years and even was formerly licensed as a Master Electrician. He is a Senior Member of the IEEE and past Chairman of the Kansas City Chapters of both the IEEE and the IEEE Computer Society. Mark also served as the program director for, a board member of, and webmaster of, the Midwest Chapter of the 7×24 Exchange. He has also held memberships with the following organizations: NETA, NFPA, International Association of Webmasters, and Institute of Certified Professional Managers.