PHOTO GALLERY: SC Awards winners announced!

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Congratulations to all the winners, highly commended and finalists. The inaugural awards were held on Tuesday 19th May during the Gala Dinner at the AusCERT 2009 Conference on the Gold Coast.

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Congratulations to all the winners, highly commended and finalists, listed below.

Vendor of the Year
WINNER
Fortinet

HIGHLY COMMENDED
Sophos

FINALIST
Websense

 

Security Product of the Year
WINNER
MessageLabs Email Services

HIGHLY COMMENDED
Websense Web Security Gateway

FINALISTS:
Qualys Qualysguard
MailMarshal Exchange
Symantec Endpoint Protection

 

Innovation Award
WINNER
Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewalls

HIGHLY COMMENDED
ATO Vulnerability Management and Research team

FINALIST
McAfee Artemis Technology

 

AusCERT Director's Award for Individual Excellence in Information Security
WINNER
Paul Ducklin, Sophos Pty Ltd

FINALISTS:
Boaz Fischer - CommsNet Group
Shaun Vlassis, Shadowserver/Honeynet Project
Ben Reardon, National Australia Bank
Brian Hay, Fraud and Corporate Crime Group, State Crime Operations Command, Queensland Police Service
Bruce van der Graaf, Fraud Squad, NSW Police Service

 

AusCERT's Annual Award for Organisational Excellence in Information Security
WINNER
NAB-CERT (National Australia Bank CERT Australia)

FINALISTS:
DMZGlobal (TelstraClear Ltd), New Zealand
Stratsec, Australia
E-Security and DNCR Team, ACMA

 

AusCERT's Award for Law Enforcement
WINNER
Computer Crime Investigation Unit, Fraud and Corporate Crime Group, State Crime Operations Command, Queensland Police Service

FINALIST
Computer Crime Investigation Unit, Commercial Crime Agency, Fraud Squad, NSW Police Service

 

 


 
 
 
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