Security Today Named Finalist in min

Security Today Named Finalist in min's Best of the Web & Digital Awards Competition

Security Today has been named one of five finalists in min’s 2015 Best of the Web & Digital Awards competition in the Online Community/Social Networking category. Other finalists in this category are Billboard, Luckymag.com, Sports Illustrated, and Travel + Leisure. According to PRWeb, this awards program “is the industry’s top honor in the digital space, recognizing outstanding social media, web and mobile initiatives among consumer and b2b magazines. The finalists of this prestigious program are setting industry benchmarks in the digital space.”

Security-Today.com, the site that brings security professionals breaking news, product information, and industry insights, provides a springboard for robust online networking in the security community. The brand’s main Twitter page (@SecProds) currently has over 8,100* followers. In addition, thousands follow Security Today’s group social media editor Ginger Hill  (@GingerHill13), e-news editor Brent Dirks (@BrentDirks), and editor-in-chief Ralph C. Jensen (@FredJones007) on Twitter.

Security Today also has active pages on Facebook, Pinterest, and LinkedIn. To further engage its audience through social media, the team hosts Google Hangouts and Twitter Chats throughout the year.

“Being recognized as a finalist for this award is truly an honor,” said Jensen. “Our team is dedicated to providing outstanding security content across a variety of platforms, and we enjoy interacting with our readers.”

“We strongly believe in staying connected with our audience and are constantly looking for new ways to do so,” added Kevin O'Grady, president & group publisher of 1105 Media’s Security, Safety and Health Group, of which Security Today is a part. “We redesigned our website earlier this year to allow enhanced visitor interaction, and we’ll continue to be a strong, relevant presence online in all ways possible.”

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