Graham Cluley Security News was awarded the title of "Most Entertaining Security blog" against some tough competition. Thanks to everyone for your support!
The Security Blogger Awards are open for the public to vote - so please do vote for your favourite blogs (even if it's not this one!) and show your support.
The fifth annual European Security Blogger Awards were announced at Infosecurity Europe in London last night. Thanks to each and every one of you who voted.
Not only can you discover a list of fantastic computer security blogs by participating in the EU Security Blogger Awards, but you can also vote.
Thanks to everyone who voted in the recent Cybersecurity Excellence Awards.
I'm really honoured to have won an award for Cybersecurity Educator of the Year.
The Security Blogger Awards in San Francisco have named Graham Cluley Security News as the "most entertaining security blog".
I'm honoured to have been nominated for the title of "Cybersecurity Educator of the Year" at the Cybersecurity Excellence Awards.
But here's the problem. I've basically forgotten to tell anybody about it. And voting closes in the next couple of days at the end of February...
What blogs do you read for computer security and privacy advice? Check out this list and vote for your favourites!
Grahamcluley.com has been recognised at the Bloggers' Lounge Awards, and named "Tech Blog of the Year".
Grahamcluley.com has made it to the finals of the "Tech Blog of the Year" category at the Bloggers' Lounge awards. Huzzah!
All we need now is someone to vote for it...
Graham Cluley Security News won the title of "Best Security Blog" at the Bytes that Rock 2015 awards.
Which is brilliant. Thank you.
All I need is for about four million people to vote for my site, and I might win an award.
Thanks to everyone who voted in the European Security Blogger Awards 2015, we couldn't have done it without you!
Vote for your favourite security blog.
Or failing that, I'd be happy as a Frenchman with self-removing trousers if you voted for mine. Merci.
Breaking news from the RSA Conference in San Francisco - I've won an industry award!
Good luck to everyone - and may the best Dr Who-loving British security blogger based in Oxford win. :)