It’s almost time for the Infosec Europe 2016 conference in London.
The event takes place from 7 June 2016 to 9 June 2016 at London’s Olympia – if you’re planning on attending, please stop by at the Sophos booth and say, “Hi.”
Whether you’re a Naked Security reader, a Chet Chat listener or both, we’ll be there throughout the show and would love to meet up with you.
But that’s not what this article is about.
This article is about the European Security Blogger Awards, which take place during the Infosec show…
…because we’ve been nominated in 5 categories, and we’d love you to vote for us!
Last year, we were pleased as punch to win two awards and are so grateful to everyone who voted for us.
We’re hoping to win again this year!
Anyone can vote, from anywhere in the world (you don’t need to be a blogger or a podcaster yourself), but please vote only once.
There are 12 categories altogether, but you don’t have to vote in all of them.
We’re up for awards in the first 4 categories:
- Best Corporate Security Blog
- Best European Corporate Security Blog
- Best European Security Podcast
- Best Security Podcast
If you do vote for us in those categories, please don’t forget the very last category, number 12, where we’re up for the Best Overall award:
- Grand Prix Prize for the Best Overall Security Blog
It would be the icing on the cake for us to bring home an award from London, so please vote for us if you enjoy what we do.
Of course, Naked Security is really about you, our readers, and your involvement with us.
So, whether you vote for us or not, a big “Thanks” from us for all the tips, ideas, suggestions and comments that you share with the Naked Security community…
…and please keep ’em coming!
PS. If you’re going to be in the London area in June, but you don’t have tickets for Infosec, you can register on us to attend the Infosec show for free.