SC Awards 2012 finalists announced

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Winners to be announced at AusCERT.

The finalists for the Secure Computing Awards have been announced.

The Awards have launched for the fourth year to recognise the professionals, organisations and products keeping our systems protected from online threats.

Our panel of seasoned infosec experts have conducted weeks of rigorous assessments of what was a record number of industry submissions.

We received nominations for security products that have been trusted for decades, some for emerging solutions and others for innovative offerings that tackle new and old problems in unique ways.

I offer my sincere thanks to our judges – all volunteers – for their diligent work in the awards, and to those vendors who submitted their products and services for assessment.

The winners will be announced on May 17 during AusCERT awards night gala dinner.

Here are your 2012 SC Awards finalists:

Vendor of the Year

Fortinet

Sophos

SourceFire

 

Product / Service of the Year

Entrust

Sophos

Varonis

 

Mobile Security Solution

Absolute Software

JanusGate

Good

 

Innovation

McAfee

Varonis

 

Best SME Security Solution

Fortinet

Rapid 7

Sonicwall

 

Gatekeeper

McAfee Nitro

Netwitness

Tripwire

 

Protector

Imperva

IronKey

Sourcefire


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