Graham Cluley nominated for most entertaining security blog. Please vote!

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Graham Cluley nominated for most entertaining security blog. Please vote!

I’m delighted to announce that this site has been nominated for the title of “Most Entertaining Security blog” at the upcoming 2017 Security Blogger Awards, due to be announced at the RSA Conference in San Francisco.

The 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.

In past years I’ve been honoured to do quite well at the security blogger awards, but there are no guarantees that I’ll be lucky again this year.

I’m only nominated in the “Most Entertaining blog” category this year, but I suppose you could always vote for my brand new podcast “Smashing Security” as a wildcard choice in the “Best Security Podcast” category if you wished.

» Vote now «

By the way, the form on the voting site asks you “what is the URL of your blog, podcast or column that you write?” but I’m assured you don’t need to be a blogger, podcaster or columnist to participate. So feel free to write “N/A” in that field.

Thanks once again for all of your support - it really means a lot.


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2 Responses

  1. Benito Nagasaki

    January 25, 2017 at 7:25 pm #

    HTF do we vote!!!!???

    • Graham Cluley in reply to Benito Nagasaki.

      January 26, 2017 at 12:24 am #

      Easy peasy.

      Go to

      It will ask you a few questions (It wants your name and email address to make sure you haven’t voted before). It also asks what blog/podcast you produce (Lord knows why, just say “n/a” as voting is open to the public)

      Once you’re past that form you can choose your favourite podcasts in different categories.


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