IEEE Security & Privacy Magazine Wins 2015 Folio: Eddie Award

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LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., 06 November  2015 — The May/June 2015 issue of IEEE Computer Society’s magazine IEEE Security & Privacy, Security on Tap, has been awarded the 2015 Folio: Eddie Award in the Standalone Digital Magazine category.

IEEE Security & Privacy magazine, a leading publication in the security technology industry, offers peer-reviewed articles and research on the most critical cybersecurity technologies and topics impacting the world. It provides articles with both a practical and research bent by the top thinkers in the field along with case studies, tutorials, columns, and in-depth interviews and podcasts for the information security industry.

For more than 20 years, the Folio: Eddie & Ozzie awards have recognized excellence in magazine editorial and design across all sectors of the industry. Celebrating gorgeous design and uncompromising journalism, the Eddie & Ozzie Awards provide media executives the opportunity to showcase their best editorial content, designs, marketing initiatives, digital products, and people.

In addition, two other IEEE Computer Society products received Honorable Mentions in the 2015 Folio: Eddie & Ozzie Awards.

  1. Computer, February 2015, Computing in Healthcare, in the Standalone Digital Magazine category
    Computer, the IEEE Computer Society’s flagship publication, explores new cutting-edge technologies, discoveries, and innovations. With readership that includes over 100,000 technology professionals, it covers all aspects of computer science, computer engineering, computing technology, and applications. For more than 40 years, developers, researchers, and managers have relied on Computer for timely, peer-reviewed information about research, trends, best practices, and changes in the profession. Offering feature-rich multimedia—including videos, podcasts, and additional Web content—the extraordinary reputation and popularity of Computer magazine make it a sought-after source of peer-reviewed publications for researchers and technologists.
  2. myComputer mobile app in the App-Association/Non-profit category:
    (Available in Google Play and iTunes)
    The myComputer app, which revolutionizes the way tech knowledge and information is delivered, researches and gathers leading-edge articles and information from all 13 of the IEEE Computer Society’s peer-reviewed magazines, categorizes that information into the top technical topics, and delivers it directly to the app. Subscribers select their topics of interest and the app provides their information to them on demand. It’s top-quality, peer-reviewed information personalized for each subscriber, eliminating the need for tedious research.

A panel of more than 300 judges narrowed 2,800 entries into a pool of roughly 1,000 finalists. In total, more than 250 awards were given out across 33 categories. The awards are broken into four main categories: Eddies and Eddies Digital for the best in print and digital editorial, and Ozzies and Ozzies Digital for the best in magazine and website design.

Awards are profiled in Folio: Magazine and on The Eddie & Ozzie Awards program is presented by Folio:, the leading publication serving the entire magazine media industry. For more information, visit