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SC Magazine Awards Europe 2009 - winners announced

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The results of the 2009 SC Magazine awards have been announced.

The winners were as follows:

Best Anti-Malware Solution - Sophos Endpoint Security and Control 8.0 from Sophos

Best Content Security – ScanSafe SaaS Web Security from ScanSafe

Best Network Security – StealthWatch from Lancope

Best Vulnerability Assessment - QualysGuard Enterprise from Qualys

Best Integrated Security Solution – Splunk 3.45 from Splunk

Best Identity Management - Courion Enterprise Provisioning Suite (AccountCourier) v7.8 from Courion

Best Remote Access - Trusted Client from BeCrypt

Best Security Management - Intellitactics Safe from Intellitactics

Best SME Security Solution - AVG Internet Security SBS Edition from AVG

Best Security Solution, Financial Services - SecurityReview from Veracode

Best Enterprise Security Solution – Tufin SecureTrack from Tufin Technologies

Innovation Award - Restorepoint from TadaSoft

Security Product of the Year - Kaspersky Open Space Security from Kaspersky Lab

SC Information Security Person of the Year - Stephen Bonner, head of information risk management at Barclays

SC Information Security Project of the Year - Nationwide Building Society for Nationwide Information Security Improvement Project

SC Information Security Team of the Year - Barclays Group Information Risk Management

PR Company of the Year - Weber Shandwick Technology

Security Vendor of the Year - Sophos

The evening was hosted by Scottish stand-up comedian Fred MacAulay, and the awards were delivered live via the SC Magazine Twitter page. See the May issue of SC Magazine for complete details on this year's winners and runners up.

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