Parry Aftab is the cybersafety and cyberprivacy expert most media and news outlets turn to for on-air and expert resource assistance. She has been practicing Internet privacy and security law since the early days of the Web, and wrote the first book on cybersafety for parents in 1997, A Parents Guide to the Internet. She is the first one the Today Show and Good Morning America call in cyber-issues, and appears frequently on CNN, Fox News, MSNBC and in most leading national, international and regional newspapers and national magazines.
Parry is usually the first call for two important reasons - she's accessible with relevant and expert information and if she isn't the right person to help you, she'll refer you to the one who is. She'll try and make sure you never miss a deadline and will be flexible, when necessary, after hours and on weekends and holidays.
You can reach her through her office (1-201-670-7250) during business hours, NY time, or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone 1-201-463-8663.
Consider signing up for her media briefings service, which is a secure section of this site giving all members of the media and news outlets the background, quotes and even video on emerging trends, breaking news and commonly-covered cyber-issues. Follow the links from the media section to the application form. Press credentials are required.
Her new media resource section is available for registered members of the media with which Ms. Aftab has a source relationship. It contains briefing documents, images, videos and tutorials, as well as background information. This secure section is only available to select members of the media, news and journalists. For access, submit the media access form.