Category Archives: Richi Jennings

And I thought I was quite softly spoken…

I was more than a little flattered to find myself included in Sys-Con Media’s Top 25 “Most Powerful Voices in Security” (article by Jim Kaskade). (Let’s not get too excited: I just scraped in at number 22.) But when I checked through the whole top 100 and saw some very familiar names there, I’d have been grateful to scrape in at #100, let alone in the top quarter.

Actually, it’s a little scary too, to get some idea of how many people might notice when I get something wrong. Oh yes, it does happen…

The study apparently included researched over 800 people, including security company executives, bloggers and media people, top names in cloud computing,  government officials, CISOs, and industry analysts. So it’s not surprising to see big hitters like Eugene Kaspersky, Rich Mogull, Brian Krebs and Bruce Schneier in there.

 On a more personal level, congratulations to Graham Cluley and Richi Jennings, both of whom were, inevitably, much higher placed than I was. 🙂 (Hat tip, too, to Dan Raywood for drawing my attention to it.)

Enough self-congratulation: back to the grindstone…

David Harley CITP FBCS CISSP
Small Blue-Green World/AVIEN Dogsbody-in-Chief
ESET Senior Research Fellow