Editorial Policy

All press releases submitted to Cyberpress will be checked by our team before they are published. This may take up to 2 business days.

Press releases must contain newsworthy information or announcements and be written in the appropriate press release format. The content should be relevant to the cybersecurity  industry. If the company or organization issuing the news isn’t already operating within the cybersecurity niche, it should be clear from the content of the press release how the news is connected to the industry.

The headline should clearly convey the main message of the press release and identify the source of the news. Usually, the source will be the company or organization issuing the press release. Each press release can include up to 5 backlinks.

The press release should include up-to-date contact information for the issuing company or its representatives, and must specify a date of publication.

The content must be original and unique, and must not be copied from any other source. Press releases should not exceed 1,000 words in total.

Press releases should be written in clear, concise language and be free of spelling and grammar errors. If abbreviations or acronyms are used, they should be defined. The language used in press releases must be objective and should not contain any advertising or exaggeration. Quotes should be properly attributed, including the name, job title and company of the source.

The use of non-standard formatting elements, such as tables, forced line breaks, HTML tags, and non-standard characters should not be used.

An image may be included in the press release, as long as it is properly formatted and has one of the following file types: .doc, .pdf, .jpg, .png, etc.

Cyberpress will not accept press releases containing any of the following types of content:

  • Financial services or investment advice
  • Casinos and online gambling
  • Pornography or sexually explicit content
  • Content that intends to harm any individual, group, or organization
  • Any content that violates local, state, or federal laws

If another company other than the one issuing the press release is mentioned, permission must be obtained from an authorized representative of that company before the press release is submitted.

For guidance on the format or type of content to be included in a press release, refer to our guide on how to draft a press release.

If there are any issues with your submission, Cyberpress will contact you.

Cyberpress’ editorial team reserves the right to make any necessary revisions to releases in order to maintain the high standards of the wire service and the quality of the releases sent to its publishers. Ultimately, the editorial team at Cyberpress will have the final decision on whether or not a press release is published.

Cyberpress is not held responsible for the content that is distributed through the wire, including the accuracy and authenticity of information contained in the releases. Should there be any allegations of misconduct or violation of trust, the client will take full responsibility for any content posted on Cyberpress and any of its affiliated publications.