It’s nearly time for Infosec Europe 2018, and that means it’s also time to consider voting for your favourite security blogs, podcasts, video channels, and more for the upcoming European Security Blogger Awards.
Thanks to your generous votes, we’ve been fortunate enough to pick up the award for Best Corporate Security Blog in both 2015 and 2016. This year, our blog is nominated for Best Corporate Security Blog (Category 1) again, and my personal Twitter account is up for nomination in the Best EU Security Tweeter (Category 11).
We’re up against some stiff competition in the Corporate category:
We’re honoured to be included among such great company, and to have the chance to take our European Security Blogger Awards tally to three. We do our best to provide readers with a non-stop mix of deep-dive security analysis, breaking news, how-to content, and cybersecurity awareness. We’re proud to do our part, whether that’s helping researchers in the trenches battle malware makers or giving customers the know-how they need to shut down scammers.
Should you wish to vote for us, please go here and select your categories of choice.
Voting closes at midnight GMT on Friday, June 1. There’s a few weeks left to show your support, and we’re grateful for each and every vote you cast our way!
*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Malwarebytes Labs authored by Christopher Boyd. Read the original post at: https://blog.malwarebytes.com/malwarebytes-news/2018/05/vote-for-malwarebytes-labs-european-security-blogger-awards-2018/