Graham Cluley

An apology to my Facebook followers

Quitting Facebook is hard enough for many people, I don’t want to give anybody another reason to stay.

Video: Graham Cluley interviewed on Security Weekly

I was honoured to be invited as a guest onto the Security Weekly show. Check it out.

See Graham Cluley, Jenny Radcliffe and others talking security in the UK this May

On the nationwide tour you’ll get to hear from experts at a range of security firms, as well as Graham Cluley, and psychological pen-tester and people hacker extraordinaire Jenny Radcliffe.

Make sure you register your interest now by booking your free place.

Speaking security down under – Cluley coming to Sydney and Melbourne in March

Attention Australians!

Graham Cluley will be coming to Sydney and Melbourne in March, joining the CSO Perspectives Roadshow. Spaces are strictly limited, so reserve your seat now!

And the tech blog of the year is… has been recognised at the Bloggers’ Lounge Awards, and named “Tech Blog of the Year”.


Graham Cluley interviewed by Tripwire’s David Bisson

David Bisson from Tripwire’s State of Security blog interviewed me about my career in the computer security industry.

And I’m reminded of my life before anti-virus…

And the most entertaining security blog is…

Breaking news from the RSA Conference in San Francisco – I’ve won an industry award!

Graham Cluley nominated for security blogger award

Good luck to everyone – and may the best Dr Who-loving British security blogger based in Oxford win. :)

Graham Cluley keynoting about targeted attacks at ISACA Ireland, October 3 2014

Find out about the ISACA Ireland conference in Dublin, taking place on October 3 2014 – and save 50% off the ticket price with our exclusive voucher code.

Graham Cluley nominated for seven security blogging awards

Vote now for you-know-who in the EU Security Blogger awards!

(Pretty please.. grovel.. grovel..)

Graham Cluley Security News nominated for top blog award

Independent security news website nominated for “most educational security blog” in prestigious awards.

Thanks to everyone who has supported the site since its launch last year.

Happy new year – and thanks to all!

Happy new year everybody. Let’s make it a safer one.

Hacking and cybercrime evolution at IP EXPO

Neither breaking the law nor poor renditions of power ballads should ever be considered a qualification to speak at an IT event about computer security.

Sophos bloggers at the RSA Conference

Read more in my article at Naked Security.

Facebook, trolls, temples and death threats

Thanks to those of you who have dropped me a line in the last week or so following this story on The Register, “Facebook Troll sends mob against Cluley.”