ADISA was voted the winner in this brand new category. Steve Mellings accepted the award.
Winner: ADISA Runner Up: University of Oxford
Security Project of the Year - Public Sector
Neil Larkins, Jonathan Bushell and Emily Halliday collected the award for Egress.
Winner: Cafcass / Egress
Security Project of the Year - Private Sector - Financial Services
Good Technology's work for Barclays was recognised with this award. Rob Howes and Stuart Jackson accepted the trophy.
Winner: Barclays / Good Technology
Security Project of the Year - Private Sector - General
Libra ESVA were winners in this project category. Paolo Frizzi accepted the award
Winner: Institute of Marine Engineering / Libraesva
The CelestixEdge E Series Appliance won the Editors Choice award. Making up the Celestix party on stage were Kelly Dutton, Lewis Henderson, Andrew Waters, William Stoner, Andriy Kotnyuk and Paul ferns
Winner: Celestix - CelestixEdge E Series Appliance
Security Distributor of the Year
Successfully defending their title once again was Wick Hill. Tony Price accepted the award.
Winner: Wick Hill Runner Up: Northamber
Security Reseller of the Year
Brookcourt was voted Security Reseller of the Year. The award was accepted by Phil Higgins, Dene Stacey, Chris Kirk, Stephen Hart, Helen Campbell, Ali Raeside, Mile Richmond, Kate Wallyn and Stedman Greaves
Winner: Brookcourt Runner Up: ZeroDayLab
New Product of the Year
Winner: Celestix - CelestixEdge E Series Appliance Runner Up: SMS Passcode Password Reset Module
Personal Contribution to IT Security Award
Corey Nachreiner of WatchGuard was voted the winner in the Personal Contribution to IT Security category.
Winner: Corey Nachreiner - WatchGuard Runner Up: Ian Whiting
Security Company of the Year
There was a second visit to the stage for Titania as they won the Security Company of the Year.
Winner: Titania Runner Up: WatchGuard
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