Naked Security is Sophos's award-winning threat news room, giving you news, opinion, advice and research on computer security issues and the latest internet threats.
The core team includes industry veterans Graham Cluley and Paul Ducklin and security expert Chet Wisniewski. The site is headed up by Carole Theriault. Various technology and security experts from around the world are also regularly invited to contribute to Naked Security.
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- November 2010: the Naked Security team won the title of "Best IT Security Blog" at the prestigious Computer Weekly Blog Awards, sponsored by IBM.
- February 2011: Naked Security was named "Most Educational Security Blog" at the RSA Security Bloggers meetup.
- February 2011: SC Magazine named Naked Security writer Graham Cluley "Best Security Blogger" at their awards in San Francisco.
- March 2012: The Naked Security team won "Best Corporate Security Blog" at the RSA Security Bloggers meetup.
- February 2013: Naked Security won "Best Corporate Security Blog" at the RSA Security Bloggers meetup.
- April 2013: Naked Security won "Best Corporate Security Blog" at the EU Security Bloggers meetup.
- April 2013: Naked Security won "Best Overall Security Blog" at the EU Security Bloggers meetup.
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