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The Computing Security Awards 2017

Anti Spam Solution of the Year

Paolo Frizzi accepted the award for LibraEsva

  • Winner:
  • LibraEsva

Runner up: Fusemail - Secure Smart

Anti Malware Solution of the Year

Anthony O’Mara of Malwarebytes collected the trophy

  • Winner:
  • Malwarebytes

Runner up: F5 Networks - WebSafe

Threat Intelligence Award

Cyjax won the Threat Intelligence Award. Kevin McMahon accepted the trophy

  • Winner:
  • Cyjax

Runner up: Varonis - DatAdvantage

Content Security Solution of the Year

Trend Micro were victorious in the Content Security category

  • Winner:
  • Trend Micro

Runner up: Titania - Nipper Studio

Network Security Solution of the Year

The Network Security Solution of the Year was won by Titania

  • Winner:
  • Titania

Runner up: Redscan - ThreatDetect

Encryption Solution of the Year

WinMagic won the Encryption Solution of the Year. Luke Brown accepted the trophy

  • Winner:
  • WinMagic

Runner up: Kingston Technology - D300

DLP Solution of the Year

Bhanu Panda of GhangorCloud was on hand to accept the trophy

Winner: GhangorCloud - Information Security Enforcer
Runner up: CoSoSys - Endpoint Protector 5

Mobile Security Solution of the Year

Jim Walker and Mike Camplin accepted the trophy for Wandera

Winner: Wandera - Secure Mobile Gateway
Runner up: Bitglass - Mobile Security Solution

Identity and Access Management Solution of the Year

My1Login were champions in the Identity and Access management category. Norman Begg accepted the award

  • Winner:
  • My1Login

Runner up: Centrify - Centrify Identity Platform

Anti Phishing Solution of the Year

The Anti Phishing award went to Red Sift. Gino Coquis and Clare Holmes accepted the trophy

Winner: Red Sift - OnDMARC
Runner up: LibraEsva - Libra ESVA

Network Access Control Solution of the Year

Portnox won in the NAC category. Gary Bootland collected the award.

  • Winner:
  • Portnox

Runner up: Cisco - Cisco ISE

Cloud Security Solution of the Year

Egress topped the voting in the Cloud Security Solution of the Year category

Winner: Egress Software Technologies - Egress Switch
Runnerup: WinMagic - SecureDoc Cloud VM

Anti Ransomware/ Anti DDos Solution of the Year

Henning Ogberg of Rohde and Schwarz Cybersecurity accepted the Award

Winner: Rohde and Schwarz Cybersecurity - Browser in the Box
Runner up: Mimecast - Mimecast Targeted Threat Protection

Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) Solution of the Year

Performanta won ion the APT Solution category. Jamie IIles, Ashton Kelly and Keith Christie-Smith collected the trophy

  • Winner:
  • Performanta

Runner up: Trend Micro - Deep Discovery

Secure Data Erasure Company of the Year

Computer Disposals became the new champions in the Secure Date Erasure category

Winner: Computer Disposals
Runner up: Sims Recycling Solutions

Security Recruitment Company of the Year

Evolution Recruitment Solutions retained their status as Security Recruitment Company of the Year. Robert Wall and Steve Corley accepted the trophy

Winner: Evolution Recruitment Solutions
Runner up: Adeptis Group

Education and Training Provider of the Year
Sponsored by Trend Micro

ZeroDayLab was voted Education and Training Provider of the Year

Winner: ZeroDayLab
Runner up: AssureDara

Pen Testing Solution of the Year

Redscan won in the Pen Testing category. The award was accepted by Gubi Sngh, Mike Fenton, Constantine Courtis and Will Courtis

  • Winner:
  • Redscan

Runner up: Rapid7 - Metasploit Pro

Web Application Firewall of the Year

F5 Networks were winners in the newly introduced Web Application Firewall of the Year category. Neill Burton, Haydar Nergis, Peter Carthon and Tristan Liverpool accepted the award.

Winner: F5 Networks - Application Security Manager
Runner up: Barracuda - WAF

Security Service Provider of the Year

Brookcourt Solutions was voted Security Service Provider of the Year

  • Winner:
  • Brookcourt Solutions

Runnerup: NuData Security

Security Distributor of the Year

Nuvias triumphed in the Security Distributor of the Year category

Winner: Nuvias –formerly Wick Hill
Runner up: Distology

Security Reseller of the Year

There was a second trophy of the night for Brookcourt Solution as the company won the Security Reseller of the Year award

  • Winner:
  • Brookcourt Solutions

Runner up: Capita Cyber Security

SME Security Solution of the Year

Winmagic won the SME Security Solution of the Year award

  • Winner:
  • WinMagic

Runner up: Digital Pathways - nCrypt

Enterprise Security Solution of the Year

Arbor Cloud from Arbor Nertworks was voted Enterprise Security Solution of the Year. The award was accepted by Tom Le Poidemin , Mike Gibbs and Josh Collins

Winner: Arbor Networks - Arbor Cloud
Runner up: Sky High Networks - Cloud Access Security Broker

The Compliance Award

Kingston Technology won the Compliance Award. Ann Keefe and Kelly Davidson were there to accept the trophy

Winner: Kingston Technology
Runner up: ZeroDayLab

Security Project of the Year - Private Sector

Kevin McMahon and Mark Pearce of Cyjax accepted the trophy

  • Winner:
  • Borussia Dortmund - Cyjax

Runner up: Healthcare Corporation of America / Portnox

Security Project of the Year - Public / Not for Profit Sector

Egress triumphed in the Security Project of the Year Public Sector category

Winner: Peabody Trust / Egress
Runner up: Close the Gap / Arrow Value Recovery

New Product of the Year

Colin Tankard and Jacqueline Wilkinson of Digital Pathways accepted the New Product of the Year award

  • Winner:
  • Digital Pathways

Runner up: Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity - TrustedGate Cloud Encryption

Editors Choice

Malwarebytes were presented with the Editors Choice Award by Brian Wall of Computing Security magazine

  • Winner:
  • Malwarebytes

NO RUNNER UP

The Contribution to Cyber Security Award

Phil Richards of Ivanti won the Contribution to Cyber Security Award

Winner: Phil Richards (Ivanti)
Runner up: Kevin McMahon (Cyjax)

The "One to Watch" Security Company

Capita Cyber Security was voted One to Watch Company. The Award was accepted by Kate Wallyn and John Paul Cavanna

Winner: Capita Cyber Security
Runner up: My1Login

Anti Cybercrime Award

Winner: RSA
Runner up: Wandera

Security Company of the Year

The Security Company of the Year was Malwarebytes

  • Winner:
  • Malwarebytes

Runner up: Brookcourt Solutions

 

 

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