Information explosion is a scientific term that briefly characterizes that our generation began to generate much more information than previous generations. In part, this process is the evolution of our society, when we move from a less progressive society to a more progressive one, where new technologies are used.

However, what does this term mean for a person? This means that most users need information sources that combine quality and impartiality, no matter the situation. One of these sources of information can be Twitter, where people have the opportunity to express their opinion within 280 characters.

The Binare team invites the readers of our blog to meet the people we recommend on Twitter.

Eva Galperin is EFF ‘s Director of Cybersecurity and technical advisor for the Freedom of the Press Foundation. She is best known for her extensive work in protecting global privacy and free speech, as well as various research in the field of malware and spyware. One example of her activities is the situation that happened in 2019, she convinced the antivirus software vendor Kaspersky Lab to start notifying users about security threats when stalking software is detected in the company’s Android product.

Catalin Cimpanu is a cybersecurity reporter for The Record. One of the most influential journalists who provides up-to-date information on what is happening in the cybersecurity world, from vulnerabilities to ordinary news. 

One of the American journalists who gained his reputation through his own investigations in the field of cybersecurity. He is the author of a personal blog that is published on the site ““, some people also say that his personal blog is the main source of information on all cybercrime today.

Mike Hypponen is Chief Research Officer at F-Secure Corporation in Finland. He also owns the statement ” If it’s smart, it’s vulnerable“, which describes the security of Internet of things, later this statement was called “Hypponen’s Law“. 

Graham Cluley was inducted into the Infosecurity Europe Hall of Face in April 2011. In most cases, he publishes information on the latest news, opinions, and advice in the field of cybersecurity.


If you are still thinking about which accounts you should follow on Twitter, then we recommend choosing us! In our account, we distribute the most useful information about how the security of Internet of things works, what is happening in the world of cybersecurity, and we also have useful infographics! 

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