Voted Best New Security Blog

This blog has been voted the Best New Security Blog in the 2013 European Security Blog Awards.

A big thank you to everyone who voted!

Awards were presented at an InfoSecurity function in London last night. Others winners were:

Best Corporate Security Blog – Sophos Naked Security blog
Best Educational Blog – Brian Honan, BH Consulting, Ireland’s CSIRT
Best Personal Blog – Thom Langford, Sapient
Best Security Tweeter – Rik Ferguson, Trend Micro – @rik_ferguson
Best Security Podcast – Eurotrash Security Podcast
Best Security Video blog – InfoSecCynic
Most Entertaining blog – InfoSecCynic
Best Overall Security Blog – Sophos Naked Security blog

Congratulations to all the other winners!

UPDATE: Later, Brian Honan also picked up the SC Magazine award for Information Security Person of the Year 2013. Congratulations Brian – what an awesome day you have had!

4 thoughts on “Voted Best New Security Blog

  1. Media Department April 25, 2013 at 11:50 am Reply

    Congratulations! What an amazing achievement!
    Feel better and hope you like the liquorice!

  2. Brian Honan April 29, 2013 at 10:17 pm Reply

    Congrats Dave and thanks for coming along on the night.

    And yes it did turn out to be an interesting night for me on the night 🙂

  3. Thom Langford May 1, 2013 at 8:47 am Reply

    Congratulations Dave! The greatest benefit of these awards is being introduced to a rich seam of knowledge int he infosec community. i will certainly be coming back here more often!

  4. Chad McAlister May 25, 2013 at 6:17 am Reply

    Well done Dave… What a wonderful achievement.

    Thanks for the interesting information you share with us.

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