CyberSecured Awards 2020

The CyberSecured Awards honor the outstanding product development achievements of manufacturers and suppliers whose products or services are considered particularly noteworthy in the transformation of cybersecurity. In the inaugural year of this independently judged contest, winners were honored in 23 award categories.

2020 CyberSecured Award Winners Press Release

2020 CyberSecured Award Winners

Access Control
Feenics, Keep by Feenics

AI Security, Machine Learning
Juniper Networks, Encrypted Traffic Insights for Juniper ATP Cloud

Analytics for Security
Gurucul, Gurucul Unified Security Analytics

Anti-malware Software
AffirmLogic, AffirmLogic Hyperion Platform

Application Security
Canon U.S.A. Inc., Canon Office Cloud

Cloud Security
nCipher Security, Entrust nShield as a Service HSM

Cybersecurity Training
Point3 Security, ESCALATE

Data Loss Prevention
Kingston Technology, Kingston IronKey D300S

Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity
Semperis, ADFR/DSP

SafeLogic, CryptoComply

Endpoint Security
Axis Communications Inc., AXIS P1455-LE Network Camera

Enterprise Mobile Applications
Inkscreen, CAPTOR

Enterprise Security
Niagara Networks, Niagara Networks Open Visibility Platform
Virsec, Virsec Security Platform (VSP)

Fraud Protection
LexisNexis Risk Solutions, ThreatMetrix

Identity Management
Clear Skye, Clear Skye IGA

IoT/IIoT Security/Critical Infrastructure
Hanwha Techwin America, Wisenet X PTZ PLUS cameras
Industrial Defender, Building Defender

Network Security
Versa Networks, Versa Secure Access

Privileged Access Management
Devolutions, Devolutions Password Server

Acronis, Acronis Cyber Protect Cloud

Remote Monitoring and Management
Razberi Technologies, Razberi Monitor – Real-time Video Surveillance Health Monitoring

Threat Intelligence
LexisNexis Risk Solutions, ThreatMetrix

Web App Security
Data Theorem, Web Secure

WFH/VPN Security
Byos, Byos μGateway

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