Anti Spam Solution of the Year
Libra Esva triumphed in the Anti Spam category. Paolo Frizzi accepted the award
Winner: Libra Esva - Libra Esva
Runner Up: Barracuda - Barracuda Spam Firewall
Comodo won the Anti Malware Solution of the Year award. James Tomlinson accepted the trophy.
Anti Malware Solution of the Year
Winner: Comodo - ESM
Runner Up: Palo Alto Networks - WildFire
The Content Security Solution of Year award was won by Check Point. Michael Wakefield and Keith Bird stepped up to the stage to accept.
Content Security Solution of the Year
Winner: Check Point - Application Control Software Blade
Runner Up: AirWatch by VM Ware - Secure Content Locker
Fortinet were winners in the Network Security Solution category. David Park accepted the award
Network Security Solution of the Year
Winner: Fortinet - Fortigate 1500D
Runner Up: NetFort - LANGuardian
Kelly Dutton. Andrew Walter, Habba Miah and Andriy Kotnyuk accepted the first of two awards for Celestix.
Identity and Access Management Solution of the Year
Winner: Celestix - HOTPin
Runner Up: Vasco - Identikey Suite
The SIEM Solution of the Year award went to RSA. Brian Gregory and Michaela Scurr accepted the trophy
SIEM (Security Incident and Event Management) Solution of the Year
Winner: RSA - Security Analytics
Runner Up: EventTracker - Log Manager
Vasco became champions in the Network Access Control category. Siobhan Morey accepted the award.
Network Access Control Solution of the Year
Winner: Vasco - Digipass
Runner Up: ForeScout Technologies - CounterACT
Egress were the winners of the Encryption Solution of the Year award. Tony Pepper and Daniel Hoy accepted the trophy.
Encryption Solution of the Year
Winner: Egress Software Technologies - Egress Switch
Runner Up: Check Point - Full Disk Encryption
CoSoSys claimed the DLP Solution of the Year award. Roman Foeckl and Carmen Oprita were presented with the trophy
Winner: CoSoSys - Endpoint Protector 4
Runner Up: Varonis - DatAdvantage
The Mobile Security Solution of the Year award was won by Palo Alto Networks. Steve Gerrard and Alex Raistrick accepted the trophy.
Mobile Security Solution of the Year
Winner: Palo Alto Networks - GP 100
Runner Up: Good Technology - Good Collaboration Suite
Assuria won in the Cloud Security Solution category. Terry Pudwell and David Woodcock accepted the award.
Cloud Security Solution of the Year
Winner: Assuria - Assuria Log Manager MSP
Runner Up: CipherCloud - CipherCloud
Karen Sweetman accepted the award for Voltage Security.
Messaging Security Solution of the Year
Winner: Voltage Security - SecureMail
Runner Up: FuseMail - mailCritical
WatchGuard claimed the APT Solution of the Year award. Accepting the trophy were Jon Marc \Wilkinson, Nick Porter, Jonathan Whitley and Martin Lethbridge.
Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) Solution of the Year
Winner: WatchGuard - WatchGuard APT Blocker
Runner Up: Fortinet - FortiSandbox
The Fraud Prevention Award was won by ZeroDayLab. Paul Brereton, Kevin Roberts and Deborah Worley accepted the trophy.
Runner Up: Tabernus
Nettitude was voted the winner in this category. On the stage for the presentation were Caroline Cook, Jazz Bhambra, Faye Percival, Rowland Johnson, Ben Densham, Chris Oakley, Tim Percival, Richard Beddow, Karen Todd, Andy Collins, Dean Sullivan and Matthew Gough.
Security Service Provider of the Year
Runner Up: Egress
Peter Falck and Andy Howarth of Halon Security accepted the award.
SME Security Solution of the Year
Winner: Halon Security - Halon Email Security
Runner Up: Celestix - HOTPin
Cyber Ark triumphed in the Enterprise Security Solution category. Receiving the award were Tim Goodman, Violeta Pavel, Davidf Higgins, Richard Midgley and Tobie Kottman.
Enterprise Security Solution of the Year
Winner: CyberArk - Privileged Account Security Solution
Runner Up: Titania - Nipper Studio
Good Technology’s work for SThree was recognised with the Project of the Year award. Ian Reddy and Stuart Jackman received the trophy
Security Project of the Year
Winner: SThree/Good Technology
Runner Up: Guys and St Thomas NHS Trust/ Egress Software
Cyberoam came out on top in the Editor's Choice category. Ricky Knights accepted the award from Brian Wall, Editor of Computing Security magazine.
Winner: Cyberoam - CR35iNG
Celestix won their second award of the night as they became 2014 Security Company of the Year.
Security Company of the Year
Runner Up: ZeroDayLab
Ian Whiting of Titania won the Personal Contribution to IT Security Award and stepped up to the stage himself to accept.
Personal Contribution to IT Security Award
Winner: Ian Whiting of Titania
Runner Up: Thom Langford, Sapient
Wallix won in the New Product category. Grant Burst, Amaury Rosset and Jean-Noel de Galtain accepted the award.
Winner: Wallix - WAB On Demand
Runner Up: Skyhigh Networks - Skyhigh Cloud Security Manager
Brookcourt was voted Security Reseller of the Year. Kate Wallyn, Aga Kelly, Helen Campbell, Phil Higgins and Dene Stacey accepted the award.
Security Reseller of the Year
Winner: Brookcourt Solutions
Runner Up: ZeroDayLab
Wick Hill retained its Security Distributor of the Year title. On stage receiving the trophy were Tony Evans, Richard Carpenter, Edward Halse, Mark Cooper, Rachael Dallas, Richard Fleet and James Kirpichniko.
Security Distributor of the Year
Winner: Wick Hill
Runner Up: Cloud Distribution