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David Braue is a freelance writer with 23 years' experience in information and communications technology, technical and scientific writing.

He has received 17 IT journalism industry awards – including Best IT Journalist of 2010 – and has been a finalist an additional 63 times.

A regular contributor to Australia's most widely read and influential IT publications, David writes for consumer, business, technical and niche-market readers in terms they understand.

He has published thousands of features, news stories, in-depth case studies and other pieces tracing IT's impact on the world in which we work and play.

David is also a seasoned photographer and is available to photograph events and one-off assignments.

He is available for ad hoc writing assignments or more regular commitments; offers rapid response and quality work; and will continue working with you until you're completely satisfied.

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  • 1 Win, 3 Highly Commended at 2014 Lizzies Awards I was honoured to win the Cass Warneminde Best News Journalist Award at the 2014 Lizzies, the peer-judged awards that recognised writing achievement across the spectrum of IT journalism ...
    Posted Jun 5, 2014, 6:45 AM by David Braue
  • Talking NBN on SwinTV On Tuesday 22 July at 7:30pm, I'll be talking about the NBN on Channel 31 for the latest episode of a SwinTV program called The Ivory Tower. The ...
    Posted Jul 16, 2013, 3:23 PM by David Braue
  • Consensus IT Writers Awards 2013 I was honoured to be named as Best Investigative Journalist at this year's Consensus IT Writers Awards.This award was for my ABC Technology + Games story fact-checking the ...
    Posted Mar 25, 2013, 5:13 PM by David Braue
  • IT Journalism Awards finalist Finalists for the 2012 Microsoft ITJournalism Awards have been announced, and I am extremely happy to have made the cut in five categories:Best Business Technology JournalistBest ColumnistBest ...
    Posted Apr 10, 2012, 4:00 PM by David Braue
  • Appearance on ABCNews24 I was invited to speak in the ABCNews24 coverage of the announcement of the NBN Co three-year rollout. If you're interested, here's what it looked like: NBN ...
    Posted Apr 10, 2012, 3:28 PM by David Braue
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10 Most Recent Stories

Security awareness programs must involve, not bludgeon, employees: Atlassian CSO CSO http://www.cso.com.au/article/531705/security_awareness_programs_must_involve_bludgeon_employees_atlassian_cso/ 
ACT CSO's data Nirvana built around role-based encryption, identity controls CSO http://www.cso.com.au/article/531460/act_cso_data_nirvana_built_around_role-based_encryption_identity_controls/ 
The week in security: Aussie execs lag on privacy, millennials lag on security CSO http://www.cso.com.au/article/530948/week_security_aussie_execs_lag_privacy_millennials_lag_security/ 
FttP or FttN, the NBN is already slipping from Turnbull's grasp ZDNet Australia http://www.zdnet.com/fttp-or-fttn-the-nbn-is-already-slipping-from-turnbulls-grasp-7000022766/ 
Melbourne hack Tuesdays building OpenMRS e-health extension ZDNet Australia http://www.zdnet.com/melbourne-hack-tuesdays-building-openmrs-e-health-extension-7000022545/ 
Complaints drop 25 percent but Vodafone still Australia's worst: TIO ZDNet Australia http://www.zdnet.com/au/complaints-drop-25-but-vodafone-still-australias-worst-tio-7000022328/ 
Touch ID, we hardly knew ye ZDNet Australia http://www.zdnet.com/apple-event-touch-id-we-hardly-knew-ye-7000022311/ 
Landline complaints surge, NBN nearly fault-free: TIO ZDNet Australia http://www.zdnet.com/landline-complaints-surge-nbn-nearly-fault-free-tio-7000022321/ 
Mobile complaints down 25% despite small-telco rise: TIO ZDNet Australia http://www.zdnet.com/mobile-complaints-down-25-despite-small-telco-rise-tio-7000022324/ 
Turbid turns to IoT for cloud-based sensor monitoring ZDNet Australia http://www.zdnet.com/turbid-turns-to-iot-for-cloud-based-sensor-monitoring-7000022232/ 
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