Computing Security Awards, Titania in 10 categories

Date published: 09 Nov 2020

We’re proud to announce that Titania has been nominated as finalists in 10 categories at the Computing Security Awards 2020.

In “one of the most challenging years in recent memory for the Cyber Security Sector”, the Computing Security Awards has returned to celebrate providers and solutions within the industry that have supported clients worldwide across the year.

Customers, partners, and more showed their support for Titania, CEO Ian Whiting, and our industry-leading vulnerability auditing software, Titania Nipper, in the initial voting stage. We’re proud to see both our team and Titania software recognized once again.

We’re finalists in the following categories (more can be found on the Computing Security Awards website):

• Compliance Award

• Contribution to Cyber Security Award – Ian Whiting

• Customer Service Award – Security

• Enterprise Security Solution of the Year

• Network Security Solution of the Year

• Penetration Testing Solution of the Year

• Security Company of the Year

Speaking of the nominations, Titania CFO Kirsty Fisher said: “We’re thrilled to be finalists in so many categories at the Computing Security Awards. In a year where concerns around Cyber Security have really come to the forefront due to remote working becoming the norm, increased online spending, and threats to the healthcare sector, we appreciate how vital our software is to organizations across the globe.

“We’re proud to be recognized for the work that we do, especially as we continue to evolve to meet industry and customer needs. Thank you to everyone who has voted for us so far.” Voting closes on 27 November and winners will be announced on 3 December. So for more information about the awards and to cast your vote, click here>>>


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