kim zetter
Kim Zetter

Investigative journalist and author
Wired
USA

Kim Zetter is an award-winning investigative journalist and author who covers cybersecurity, cyber warfare, privacy and civil liberties. She has been covering computer security and the hacking underground since 1999, first for PC World magazine, and since 2003 for Wired, where she is a senior staff writer. She has broken numerous stories over the years and has three times been voted one of the top 10 security reporters in the U.S. by her journalism peers and security industry professionals. In 2006 she broke a story about a secret NSA room at an AT&T facility in Missouri that was siphoning internet data from the telecom’s network operations center. In 2007 she wrote a groundbreaking three-part story for Wired about the cybercriminal underground. In 2010, she and a Wired colleague broke the story about the arrest of Bradley Manning, the former Army intelligence analyst accused of leaking millions of classified U.S. government documents to WikiLeaks. She recently completed a book about Stuxnet, a sophisticated digital weapon launched by the U.S. and Israel to sabotage Iran’s uranium enrichment program. Countdown to Zero Day: Stuxnet and the Launch of the World's First Digital Weapon was published by Crown/Random House.

 

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