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The Internet Book of the Dead (pointer)

I’ve just put up an article at ESET’s blog page that you might find interesting. In fact, if I wasn’t desperately trying to clear a backlog of stuff so that I can take a couple of days off, I’d have posted more on the topic here, but I am desperate, so here’s a simple pointer instead.

http://www.eset.com/threat-center/blog/2009/12/12/the-internet-book-of-the-dead

It’s basically a mock-up of an interview for the BBC that unfortunately didn’t take place, concerning the way your data outlive you.

David Harley FBCS CITP CISSP
Chief Operations Officer, AVIEN
Director of Malware Intelligence, ESET

Also blogging at:
http://www.eset.com/threat-center/blog
http://dharley.wordpress.com/
http://blogs.securiteam.com
http://blog.isc2.org/

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Congratulations, Graham

Congrats to Graham Cluley of Sophos, who walked away from the Computer Weekly blog awards with not just one, but three awards:

IT Security blog of the year – http://www.sophos.com/blogs/gc/

Twitter user of the year – @gcluley

Overall Best blog – yes, same blog.

As a part-time blogger (on several sites!) myself, I have a fair idea of how much work it takes to produce a consistently high-quality blog, and I can only say that these awards were richly deserved.

However, this will not stop me making rude remarks here and on the ESET blog about his karaoke performances.

David Harley FBCS CITP CISSP
Chief Operations Officer, AVIEN
Director of Malware Intelligence, ESET

Also blogging at:
http://www.eset.com/threat-center/blog
http://dharley.wordpress.com/
http://blogs.securiteam.com
http://blog.isc2.org/

AVIEN tiptoes into Web 2.0

First the blog, then the twitter account, now the Facebook group. I don’t have a clear agenda for the group: to some extent it’s an exercise designed to force me to make more use of Facebook. It’s certainly an opportunity for AVIEN members to leap in at an early stage if they have ideas on how we could make good use of the group. However, it’s open to non-members, too, as I’d like to see more engagement with the public and media, which we’ve pretty much lost lately. Of course, if there’s a feeling that we’d benefit from a group for internal use, we could do that too.

I’ve also put up an AVIEN FB page, but there’s nothing to see there right now.

David Harley