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The Computing Security Awards 2012

 


Anti Spam Solution of the Year. Spam Titan won in the Anti Spam category. Ronan Kavagh accepted the award.

Winner: SpamTitan Technologies - SpamTitan anti spam
Runner Up: Cloudmark - Cloudmark Server Edition

 


Anti Malware Solution of the Year. GFI Software triumphed in the Anti Malware category. David Kelleher collected this award.

Winner: GFI Software - VIPRE AntiVirus Business
Runner Up: McAfee - McAfee Anti Virus

 


Content Security Solution of the Year. Jim Tavare is seen here with the winners trophy.

Winner: Zemana - AntiLogger
Runner Up: Varonis - Data Governance Suite

 

 


Network Security Solution of the Year. Ian Whiting of Titania was delighted to accept this award.

Winner: Titania - Nipper Studio
Runner Up: Halon - Halon Security Router

 


Identity and Access Management Solution of the Year. This award went to CA. Louise Sanders is seen here accepting the trophy.

Winner: CA Technologies - Content Aware IAM
Runner Up: SecureEnvoy - SecurAccess

 


SIEM (Security Incident and Event Management) Solution of the Year. Alistair Dickson of RSA accepted this award.

Winner: RSA - envision
Runner Up: LogRhythm - LogRhythm 6.0

 


Network Access Control Solution of the Year. ForeScout won in the Network Access Control category, John Hagerty is seen here accepting the award.

Winner: ForeScout - CounterACT
Runner Up: Alcatel Lucent - SafeNAC

 


SME Security Solution of the Year. Celestix were the winners in this category. Neil Foxley, Lewis Henderson, Paul Fearns and Jaime Turner collected the award.

Winner: Celestix - HOTpin
Runner Up: Titania - Nipper Studio

 

Enterprise Security Solution of the Year. Titania won their second award of the night. Ian Whiting and Ruth Inglis came to the stage to collect.

Winner: Titania - Nipper Studio
Runner Up: Arbor Networks - Pravail Availability Protection System

 



Encryption Solution of the Year. Check Point won in the Encryption Solution category. James Druce and Belinda Sproston accepted the award.

Winner: Check Point - Full Disk Encryption
Runner Up: DES - DESlock

 



DLP Solution of the Year. The DLP Solution of the Year was DriveLock from CenterTools. Stephen Atkins of Center. Tools accepted the award.

Winner: CenterTools - DriveLock
Runner Up: CheckPoint - DLP Software Blade

 


Mobile Security Solution of the Year. Good Technology were victorious in this category. Ian Reddy and Peter Church accepted the award.

Winner: Good Technology - Good Dynamics
Runner Up: MobileIron - App Delivery Network

 


Cloud Security Solution of the Year. SafeNet won in the Cloud Security Solution category. Gary Marsden collected the award.

Winner: SafeNet - SafeNet Authentication Service
Runner Up: Panda Security - Panda Cloud Office Protection

 


Messaging Security Solution of the Year. This award went to Mimecast. Daniel Gradidge and Simon Ellis are seen here with the trophy.

Winner: Mimecast - UEM Enterprise
Runner Up: Email2 - Secure Email Plus

 


Physical Security Solution of the Year. Panasonic triumphed in this category. Becky Green of Panasonic accepted the award.

Winner: Panasonic - WV SP509
Runner Up: Surveon - IP Bullet Cameras

 


Security Service Provider of the Year. ICritical were successful in this category. Jack Garnsey accepted the award.

Winner: iCritical
Runner Up: CS Risk Management

 


Editors Choice. Maildistiller were the winners in the Editors Choice category. Danielle Campbell, Joshua Bass and Colm McGoldrick accepted the award.

Winner: Maildistiller - Maildistiller Email Security
Runner Up: Celestix - HOTpin

 


Security Project of the Year. The work that LogRhythm did with CallCredit was recognised with the Security Project of the Year award.

Winner: CallCredit/LogRhythm

 


Security Distributor of the Year. Wich Hill was voted Security Distributor of the Year. Ian Kilpatrick accepted the award.

Winner: Wick Hill
Runner Up: Vigil Software

 


Security Reseller of the Year. Brookcourt Solutions collected the award for Security Reseller of the Year. Kate Wallyn, Claudia Angiletta, Helen Duggan, Phil Higgins and Paul Graham are seen here with the trophy.

Winner: Brookcourt Solutions
Runner Up: NTS

 



New Product of the Year. There was a second visit to the stage for David Kelleher as GFI won the New Product of the Year award.

Winner: GFI Software - GFI Cloud
Runner Up: Protected Networks - 8MAN

 



Personal Contribution to IT Security Award. Paul Jacka was delighted to accept this award.

Winner: Paul Jacka - NHS South West SHA
Runner Up: Basil Philipsz

 



Assistance with Compliance Award. Wallix were winners of the Assistance with Compliance Award. Nick Lewis and Pauline Marguet are seen here with the trophy.

Winner: Wallix
Runner Up: ITC Global Security

 



Security Company of the Year. This award went to Check Point. Seen here with the trophy are Belinda Sproston, James Druce, Alwyn Nash, Tracy McCormack, Ammir Assif and Randeep Gill.

Winner: Check Point
Runner Up: CA Technologies

 

 

 

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