Best SME Security Solution & Best Rookie Security Company

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Throughout the day, SC Magazine will be announcing the finalists from each of its 32 award categories. Now, let's turn to our Excellence section. 

Best SME Security Solution

This includes tools and services from all product sectors specifically designed to meet the requirements of small to midsize businesses. The winning solution will have been a leading solution during the last two years, having helped to strengthen the IT security industry's continued evolution.

Finalists

  • eEye Digital Security for Retina CS
  • Qualys, Inc. for QualysGuard Express
  • Rapid7 for Metasploit Pro
  • SonicWALL, Inc for NSA 2400MX
  • Symantec Corporation for Symantec Endpoint Protection.cloud

Rookie Security Company of the Year

Nominated companies should be new to the IT security field – offering an initial, strong, flagship product that is within two years of its initial release. Nominees can come from any IT security product/service sector and will be continuing efforts in further product development, customer growth and overall fiscal and employee growth.

Please note: in your submission the launch date of your initial flagship offering. If this initial offering or any of your other products have been on the market for longer than two years, please do not submit a nomination in this category.

Finalists

  • CloudLock
  • Dome9
  • eCert
  • Invincea
  • Mykonos Software
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