Steven Titch is an independent policy analyst focusing on telecommunications, Internet and information technology. He is a policy advisor to The Heartland Institute and a former policy analyst at the Reason Foundation. He has written policy papers for the Competitive Enterprise Institute and the R Street Institute. Policy areas include cybersecurity, network neutrality, municipal broadband and online gambling. His columns have appeared in Investor’s Business Daily, the Washington Examiner and the Houston Chronicle.
Steve also was co-founder and executive producer of Security Squared, a business-to-business Web publication covering IT convergence in physical security and surveillance. Previously, Titch was editor of Network-Centric Security and director of editorial projects for Data Communications magazine. He also has held the positions of editorial director of Telephony, editor of Global Telephony magazine, Midwest bureau chief of Communications Week, associate editor-communications at Electronic News.
When not keeping up with technology, Steve enjoys cycling, camping, movies, jazz and poker.