SC Awards Europe 2019 deadline - get your entries in NOW!

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Get your entries in now for SC Europe Awards 2019. Deadline 12pm GMT Thursday 24 January: Late deadline 12pm GMT - Thursday 7 February - late fee will apply

If you are, or know an outstanding CISO - you can enter now at no fee. Similarly, our student of the year category has no fee, and nor does our brand new category introduced this year: Outstanding Contribution, open to anyone in any field of Cyber Security who has made a significant contribution to the industry over the past year.

And when it comes to products and services, we are also adding a new category for Regulatory Compliance Tools and Solutions. Clearly the demand for this category is a reflection of the interest by the industry in facilitating organisations trying to come to terms with GDPR, though it is certainly not restricted to GDPR solutions.

All categories are judged by independent panels of judges, many of whom are members of the SC Editorial Advisory board, representing experts across a wide cross section of the industry.

The winners and highly commended will be revealed and receive their trophies at gala black tie dinner held at the Marriott Hotel, Mayfair, Central London, on 4 June 2019.

Each year SC Media UK honours the industry’s leading companies and individuals for achievements that make them stand out from the crowd, rewarding not just best practice, but leadership and innovation.

In such a dynamic industry that making it onto the shortlist is an achievement that participants celebrate with staff and clients in a glittering highlight of the year at a glamorous black-tie event event, and if our panel of independent judges have selected them as the winner - then that’s the icing on the cake in what is always a fun and memorable event.

To enter and join us, click here.

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