Graham Cluley nominated for security blogger award

Vote Graham Cluley I’m honoured to be amongst those lucky enough to be named as a finalist for the Security Blogger Awards, due to be announced at the RSA Conference in San Francisco next month.

Last year, the site was nominated for the “Most Educational Security blog” and this year it’s in the running for “Most Entertaining Security blog”.

Frankly, even if the site doesn’t win, I feel chuffed to be even noticed.

It’s hard when you’re just one guy writing a computer security blog from his home office to get as much as attention as the big corporations, but it’s great to know that the internet can turn out to be a level playing field.

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Of course, the competition in the Security Blogger Awards is tough and there are some great sites – big and small – battling for the top prizes. Good luck to everyone – and may the best Dr Who-loving British security blogger based in Oxford win. :)

If you are a blogger yourself, or run your own podcast, then you are eligible to vote in the awards.

I can’t tell you to vote for me, because that would be rude. But, err, please vote for me. Thanks. :)

>> Vote now in the Security Blogger Awards 2015 <<

And if you’re not a blogger or podcaster, you may not be able to vote but you can do me a favour by following me on Twitter or joining my Facebook page.

Cheers, and stay safe!

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Graham Cluley is a veteran of the cybersecurity industry, having worked for a number of security companies since the early 1990s when he wrote the first ever version of Dr Solomon's Anti-Virus Toolkit for Windows. Now an independent analyst, he regularly makes media appearances and is an international public speaker on the topic of cybersecurity, hackers, and online privacy. Follow him on Twitter, Mastodon, Bluesky, or drop him an email.

5 comments on “Graham Cluley nominated for security blogger award”

  1. Hasan
  2. Coyote

    Done. Of course, the fact I have a different take on security (that is, a different approach and other potential 'issues') could possibly disqualify my vote but one hopes they are able to see that what I offer has bits and bytes of wisdom.

    In any case, congrats again on the nomination and good luck with the award!

  3. wally

    So, you have to be a blogger so you can vote for yourself, no other opinions matter??

  4. Anonymous

    The link you've provided doesn't make sense. First + Last Name / Email, then >>4. What is the URL of your blog, podcast or column that you write?

    Where's the voting?

    1. Graham CluleyGraham Cluley · in reply to Anonymous

      You have to complete that part before they let you vote. Hope that helps!

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