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SC Magazine Awards Europe 2012: nominees announced

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The shortlist for this year's SC Magazine Awards Europe has been announced.

Taking place this year on 24 April at the London Hilton, Park Lane, the SC Awards are widely recognised as the most coveted and prestigious awards for the European information security industry; they honour professionals working to secure enterprises, and the vendor and channel communities that deliver innovative security technologies.

This year features new categories in the technology and industry awards sections, including Best Mobile Device Management and Best Forensics Tool, while a new award for Best Global Security Company will sit alongside Information Security Vendor of the Year and CEO of the Year.

Paul Fisher, SC Magazine UK editor, said: “This was a record-breaking year for entries for the awards and I believe that this is represented in the quality of the nominees.”

For further information on the awards, contact Jo Pead on jo.pead@haymarket.com or visit the website at www.scawardseurope.com. A complete shortlist will be available on the awards website.

For commercial opportunities, contact Nicola Fulker on Nicola.fulker@haymarket.com or Devin Parmar on devin.parmar@haymarket.com.

The nominees are:

Technical awards

Best Anti-Malware Solution

M86 Security

McAfee

Bit9

FireEye

Kaspersky Lab

Best Content Security

Accellion

Websense

Barracuda Networks

Blue Coat

Best Data-Loss Prevention Solution

Symantec

Boole Server

Websense

Safend

Best Encryption Solution

Boole Server

Egress

Becrypt

Symantec

Best Enterprise Security Solution

Splunk

Websense

Varonis

Barracuda Networks

Symantec

Best Forensics Tool

Absolute Software

LogRhythm

LogLogic

HP ArcSight

Cyber Security Technologies

Best Identity and Access Management Solution

Cyber Ark

Whitebox

Venafi

CA Technologies

Best Integrated Security Solution

Fortinet

WatchGuard

Lumension

Sophos Astaro

Trustwave

Best Mobile Device Management

MobileIron

Good Technology

Entrust

McAfee

Best Network Security

Varonis

Trustwave

FireEye

Blue Coat

Fortinet

Bradford Networks

McAfee

Best Remote Access

Swivel Secure

Roamkey

Quest

Becrypt

Cyber Ark

Best Secure Transaction Solution

IronKey

Validsoft

Entrust

Trusteer

Best Secure Virtualisation Solution

Trend Micro

Rapid7

Best Security Management

Websense

HP Arcsight

NitroSecurity

Secunia

Cyber Ark

nCircle

Best Security Solution, financial services

Vantage

Validsoft

Veracode

Informatica

Best SME Security Solution

Kaspersky Lab

RC Devs

Trend Micro

Digital Persona

WatchGuard

Qualys

Innovation Award

Trustwave

Actiance

Rapid7

Industry awards

Information Security Consultancy of the Year

KPMG

Brookcourt

Verizon

BH Consulting

Information Security Vendor of the Year

Qualys

Clearswift

Varonis

Rapid7

McAfee

Veracode

Tufin

Information Security Product of the Year

Veracode

Cyber Ark

Qualys

Absolute Software

Informatica

Best Global Security Company

McAfee

Trustwave

KPMG

Check Point

Professional awards

Information Security Project of the Year

BT Global Services

KPMG

Barclaycard

Barclays Bank

Information Security Team of the Year

Barclaycard

National Grid

IRISSCERT

Virgin Media

Rising Star

David Rook – Realex Payments

Matt Griffiths – KPMG

Glenn Attridge – KPMG

Information Security Person of the Year

Neira Jones – Barclaycard

Brian Honan – BH Consulting

Tim D.W. Wilson - NHS East London and City

Stephen Bonner – KPMG

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