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BT Information Security Journalism Awards 2012

By Staff

30th November 2012


The winners of the BT Information Security Journalism Awards 2012 were announced on 13 November.

The awards are designed to recognise information security journalism in the UK and honour specific journalists who have demonstrated leadership, innovation and excellence.

The Guardian scooped two prizes this year, including Best Information Security News Story of the Year, which went to defence and security correspondent Nick Hopkins for his article: Militarisation of cyberspace: how the global power struggle moved online, whilst journalist Misha Glenny won Best Investigative Feature of the Year for his article Cybercrime: is it out of control?

The top award – Information Security Journalist of the Year – went to the deputy editor at TechWeekEurope Tom Brewsterm.

Click here for more information and a full list of winners.

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