With the SC Magazine Awards Blog, we're attempting to add thought-provoking subject matter from industry leaders on a wide variety of topics and issues facing the security industry today. Hopefully, these blog posts are providing you additional value and insight into the state of the industry and a forward-looking forum on the challenges we are likely to see in the future.
We're using a blog format, because as the threats and issues develop today, we believe that blogging is a key manner of communication and conversation that can quickly generate discussion among peers and other industry experts.
Many of our contributors and other security pundits blog on a regular basis in their own forums, offering their take on today's evolving threat landscape. This year, the SC Awards would also like to begin to recognize these pioneers in their own evangelist efforts.
I'm happy to announce that, for the first time ever, as part of the 2010 SC Awards program, we hope to formally recognize the security industries most popular, poignant and prolific security bloggers.
Contest details: We will be recognizing three blogging categories — Most Popular Security Blogger, Best Corporate Security Blog and "Five to Follow," a collection of the top five security pundits on Twitter.
How to nominate: You may email nominations directly to [email protected]. Please specify what category you are nominating for and the URL of the blog or Twitter handle you would like to nominate.Nominations will be accepted until Monday (Feb. 22), at which point the top finalists will be posted on www.scmagazineus.com for a direct vote from our readers.
The SC Awards gala dinner and presentation will take place on March 2, 2010 at the Intercontinental San Francisco. The SC Awards gala will be a night filled with the excitement of the SC Award winners, dinner and entertainment, along with top corporate IT professionals attending. This offers an invaluable opportunity to network with colleagues and peers, and to cultivate new contacts.
Thank you in advance for helping us to recognize our fellow online security gurus.