Titania Nipper named Cyber Defence Product of the Year

Date published: 10 Sep 2020

We’re proud to announce that last night, Titania took home the Cyber Defence Product of the Year award at the 2020 National Cyber Awards for our leading vulnerability auditing software, Titania Nipper.

We were up against some tough competition including Cynamics, SaltDNA, SBL, and the Defence Works, but we’re pleased to say Titania Nipper was crowned the winner thanks to its advanced capabilities, affordable price point, robustness and ease of use.

Sponsored by the National Police Chiefs’ Council, the virtual award ceremony celebrated and recognized those who are committed to innovation, cyber-crime reduction, and protecting citizens online to create a safer digital future. With many organizations continuing to work remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic, cybersecurity is a critical element of business operations – arguably more than ever before. We’re pleased to be among the organizations leading the way.

Speaking of the win, Titania CFO Kirsty Fisher said: “We are thrilled to see Titania Nipper recognized at the National Cyber Awards this year. We appreciate that cybersecurity professionals cannot afford to stand still. Cybercriminals are becoming more sophisticated and creative every day and with a growing remote workforce worldwide, the risk to cybersecurity increases. That’s why, over the last few months alone, our team has worked tirelessly to ensure that Titania Nipper continues to evolve to meet industry needs and we introduced our latest version, Titania 2.8.0 in July.

“Titania Nipper has helped leading organizations all over the world to identify vulnerabilities in a matter of minutes and therefore significantly reduce risks, helping our clients to stay compliant, safe and to save time when doing so. It’s fantastic to see the work that we do recognized by our industry peers.”

For the full list of winners and more information about the awards, please visit: https://thenationalcyberawards.org/


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