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The Computing Security Awards 2015

 

Anti Spam Solution of the Year

Paolo Fizzi accepted the award as Libra ESVA won the Anti Spam Solution of the Year category.

Winner: Libra Esva - Libra Esva
Runner Up: Cloudmark - Cloudmark Server Edition

Libra ESVA - Libra ESVA

Anti Malware Solution of the Year

Threat Track's Vipre was voted Anti Malware Solution of the Year.

Winner: ThreatTrack - Vipre
Runner Up: Palo Alto Networks - Wildfire

ThreatTrack - Vipre

Content Security Solution of the Year

Andrea Babbs and Craig Copeland of Fusemail collected the award for Content Security Solution of the Year

Winner: FuseMail - WebSMART
Runner Up: GFI Software - GFI WebMonitor

FuseMail - WebSMART

Network Security Solution of the Year

Titania's Nipper Studio won in the Network Security category. On stage for Titania were Ian Whiting, Ruth Inglis, Alina Stancu, Edwin Bentley, Alan Damadzic and Nicola Whiting

Winner: Titania - Nipper Studio
Runner Up: Fortinet - Fortigate

Titania - Nipper Studio

Encryption Solution of the Year

Integral Memory won the Encryption Solution of the Year award. Patrick Warley accepted the trophy.

Winner: Integral Memory - Crypto SSD
Runner Up: Egress - Egress Switch

Integral Memory - Crypto SSD

DLP Solution of the Year

CoSoSys scooped the DLP Solution of the Year. Roman Foeckl and Carmen Oprita accepted the award

Winner: CoSoSys - EndPoint Protector 4
Runner Up: Varonis IDU Classification Framework

CoSoSys - EndPoint Protector 4

Mobile Security Solution of the Year

Rob Howes and Stuart Jackson accepted the award for Good Technology

Winner: Good Technology - Good Work
Runner Up: Accellion Kiteworks

Good Technology - Good Work

Identity and Access Management Solution of the Year

ForgeRock were winners in the Identity and Access Management category. Robin Wright, Scott McDonald, Mark Bradley and Stuart Hopkinson accepted the award

Winner: ForgeRock - Open AM
Runner Up: Vasco - Wallix AdminBastion

ForgeRock - Open AM

Auditing / Reporting Solution of the Year

Fortinet's FortiAnalyzer was voted Auditing / Reporting Solution of the Year. Dave Park accepted the award

Winner: Fortinet - FortiAnalyzer
Runner Up: Assuria - CyberSense

Fortinet - FortiAnalyzer

Network Access Control Solution of the Year

Macmon were winners in the NAC Solution category

Winner: Macmon - Macmon NAC
Runner Up: Protected Networks - 8MAN

Macmon - Macmon NAC

Cloud Security Solution of the Year

The Cloud Security Solution award were to Egress. Picking up the trophy were Neil Larkins, Tony Pepper, Jonathan Jongkind, Dan Hoy, Rebecca Bailey, Natalie Kim and James Sheldrake.

Winner: Egress - Egress Switch
Runner Up: Assuria Assuria Log Manager

Egress - Egress Switch

Messaging Security Solution of the Year

Nick Pena and Pavol Gohla accepted the Messaging Security Solution award for GFI Software

Winner: GFI Software - GFI MailEssentials
Runner Up: FuseMail - SecureSMART

GFI Software - GFI MailEssentials

Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) Solution of the Year

AlienVault triumphed in the APT Solution category. Richard Kirk and David Kirk accepted the award

Winner: AlienVault - Unified Security Management
Runner Up: WatchGuard APT Blocker

AlienVault - Unified Security Management

Secure Data Erasure Company of the Year

Stuart White and Ewan Fraser collected the award for Sims Recycling Solutions

Winner: Sims Recycling Solutions
Runner Up: EOL IT Services

Sims Recycling Solutions

Security Recruitment Company of the Year

Evolution Recruitment Solutions were voted winners in this category. Paul Wainwright and Drew Percival accepted the award.

Winner: Evolution Recruitment Solutions
Runner Up: Computer Futures

Evolution Recruitment Solutions

Fraud Prevention Award

The Fraud Prevention Award went to RSA. Courtney Austin and Claire Hatcher accepted the trophy.

Winner: RSA
Runner Up: Tabernus

RDA

Security Service Provider of the Year

ZeroDayLab became the Security Service Provider of the Year. On stage for the presentation were Kevin Roberts,,Stuart Peck, Alison Prangnell, Deborah Worley and Paul Brereton

Winner: ZeroDayLab
Runner Up: Egress

ZeroDayLab

SME Security Solution of the Year

WatchGuard were winners in this category. The award was accepted by Rowena Case, Jon Marc Wilkinson, Joinathan Whiteley, Martin Lethbridge, Laura Lindsay and Mike Pencavel.

Winner: WatchGuard - M300
Runner Up: Titania Paws Studio

WatchGuard - M300

Enterprise Security Solution of the Year

Darktrace took the award for the Enterprise Solution of the Year. Steve Soar and Laura Elliot accepted the trophy.

Winner: Darktrace - Enterprise Immune System
Runner Up: Fortinet - ForiGate

Darktrace - Enterprise Immune System

Education and Training Provider of the Year

ADISA was voted the winner in this brand new category. Steve Mellings accepted the award.

Winner: ADISA
Runner Up: University of Oxford

ADISA

Security Project of the Year - Public Sector

Neil Larkins, Jonathan Bushell and Emily Halliday collected the award for Egress.

Winner: Cafcass / Egress

Cafcass / Egress

Security Project of the Year - Private Sector - Financial Services

Good Technology's work for Barclays was recognised with this award. Rob Howes and Stuart Jackson accepted the trophy.

Winner: Barclays / Good Technology

Barclays / Good Technology

Security Project of the Year - Private Sector - General

Libra ESVA were winners in this project category. Paolo Frizzi accepted the award

Winner: Institute of Marine Engineering / Libraesva

Institute of Marine Engineering / Libraesva

Editors Choice

The CelestixEdge E Series Appliance won the Editors Choice award. Making up the Celestix party on stage were Kelly Dutton, Lewis Henderson, Andrew Waters, William Stoner, Andriy Kotnyuk and Paul ferns

Winner: Celestix - CelestixEdge E Series Appliance

Celestix - CelestixEdge E Series Appliance

Security Distributor of the Year

Successfully defending their title once again was Wick Hill. Tony Price accepted the award.

Winner: Wick Hill
Runner Up: Northamber

Wick Hill

Security Reseller of the Year

Brookcourt was voted Security Reseller of the Year. The award was accepted by Phil Higgins, Dene Stacey, Chris Kirk, Stephen Hart, Helen Campbell, Ali Raeside, Mile Richmond, Kate Wallyn and Stedman Greaves

Winner: Brookcourt
Runner Up: ZeroDayLab

Brookcourt

New Product of the Year

Winner: Celestix - CelestixEdge E Series Appliance
Runner Up: SMS Passcode Password Reset Module

Celestix - CelestixEdge E Series Appliance

Personal Contribution to IT Security Award

Corey Nachreiner of WatchGuard was voted the winner in the Personal Contribution to IT Security category.

Winner: Corey Nachreiner - WatchGuard
Runner Up: Ian Whiting

Corey Nachreiner - WatchGuard

Security Company of the Year

There was a second visit to the stage for Titania as they won the Security Company of the Year.

Winner: Titania
Runner Up: WatchGuard

Titania

 

 

 

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