Security Products Announces The Govies Government Security Award Winners for 2014

Security Products Announces The Govies Government Security Award Winners for 2014

Security Products Announces The Govies Government Security Award Winners for 2014Security Products magazine, the only integrated product and technology magazine reaching the entire security market, announced the 2014 winners in The Govies Government Security Awards competition today. The awards honor outstanding government security products in a variety of categories.

The Security Products’ Government Security Awards were launched in 2009 and re-launched as The Govies in 2011. Participation in the program continues to be strong, with added visibility to winners being offered this year. The winning entries earn the opportunity to display their products in The Govies booth at the annual GovSec Conference & Expo, which will be held May 13-14 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. This year, Platinum and Gold designations within award categories will be announced on the show floor May 13.

A panel of judges from the security industry selected the top entries in the 2014 categories and named them winners using criteria including features, innovation, user-friendliness, interoperability, quality, design, market opportunity, impact in the security industry, technical advances and scalability.

The winning entries are:

Access Control:

• ASSA ABLOY – Ecoflex Electrified Mortise Locks

• BlackBerry – BlackBerry Secure Work Space

• Honeywell Security – Vindicator Keypad Solution

Cloud Computing/Storage:

• 2X Software – 2X ApplicationServer XG

• AirWatch – AirWatch Secure Content Locker

Cloud Surveillance:

• Smartvue Corp. – Smartvue S9M

Data Security:

• BlackBerry – BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10

• Good Technology Public Sector – Good Dynamics

• HOB Gmbh & Co. KG – HOB RD VPN Edition

DVRs/NVRs:

• Samsung – SRM-872

• Samsung – SRM-4000

Emergency Notification:

• Fire-Lite Alarms – Remote Telephone Zone Module

• System Sensor – SpectrAlert Advance Low Frequency Sounders and Sounder Strobes

Fire & Life Safety:

• Silent Knight – SK-FIRE-CO Detector

• Xtralis – VESDA-E Series Aspirating Smoke Detectors

Homeland Security:

• Agiliance Inc., RiskVision 7

• Optim LLC, FreedomView LED Fiberscope

Investigative Video Systems:

• Verint Systems – Verint Nextiva Situation Management Center

IP Cameras, Megapixel:

• Arecont Vision – SurroundVideo Omni Cameras

IP Cameras, Panoramic:

• Arecont Vision – SurroundVideo 12-Megapixel 360 Degree Panoramic Camera with True    Wide Dynamic Range

• IC Realtime – 720-Degree Camera

IP Cameras, Thermal:

• Axis Communications - AXIS Q1931-E Thermal Network Camera

• MOBOTIX – MOBOTIX Allround Dual M15 Thermal

IT Software/Hardware:

• HOB Gmbh & Co. KG – HOBLink iWT

Mobile Security Apps:

• Acronis – Acronis Access

• HOB Gmbh & Co. KG – HOBLink Mobile

Network Security:

• ForeScout Technologies Inc. – ForeScout CounterACT

• NCP Engineering – NCP Secure Enterprise VPN Server 8.11/NCP Secure Enterprise Client 9.32

Perimeter Security:

• Gallagher North America – Gallagher Integrated Perimeter Security Solution

• Quatro Electronics/B&B Electronics – Quatro SmartTower with Cellular Wireless Communication & Monitoring System from B&B Electronics

Video Analytics:

• PlateSmart Technologies – Analytic Recognition Enterprise Solutions

Video Encoders:

• Axis Communications – Axis Q7436 Video Encoder Blade

Video Management Systems:

• Salient Systems – CompleteView 4.3 with QuickTrack Audio

• Video Insight – Video Insight v6

“Over the past few years we have encouraged manufacturers to enter The Govies so we can highlight products that secure government entities and staff,” said Ralph C. Jensen, editor-in-chief of Security Products magazine. “We are very grateful to all entrants who take the time to share with us and our readers the latest security technologies. The products that have won recognition this year represent only a portion of what is available to the government. The security industry is a remarkable technological breeding ground where the brightest and most talented engineers seek new ways to secure national treasures and interests.”

In addition to being honored at GovSec, the winners will be featured on the security industry’s leading website, security-today.com, and highlighted in a future issue of Security Products magazine. This magazine is distributed to more than 65,000* subscribers monthly as well as at trade events, including GovSec.

*December 2013 BPA Statement

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