The annual awards aim to recognise the best products and solutions within the information security industry. These particular awards are one of the most coveted within the industry and cover the whole of Europe. The award ceremony itself is scheduled to take place on April 23rd 2013 in London.
During 2012 Egress reported a year of record growth and gained industry-wide recognition for the delivery of their file and email encryption software to both the UK private and public sectors.
Egress’ CEO, Tony Pepper, said of the news; "The last 18 months have seen Egress Switch become the email & file encryption service of choice for much of the UK Public Sector including Local Authorities, NHS Trusts, Central Government Departments and their external ‘Third Sector’ network. We are currently in the final stages of CESG CPA accreditation which once complete will make Egress Switch the only email encryption product approved by UK Government to share information up to Impact Level 3 (IL3). We are also seeing major growth amongst professional and financial services sectors as these organisations prioritise the importance of securing the sensitive information they share with third parties outside their secure networks."
For further information on Egress Switch you could visit their stand at this year’s Infosecurity Europe event which will be taking place at Earls Court in London from April 23rd until April 25th. During the event you will be able to meet representatives from Egress who will be able to provide further information on their market-leading software. For further information on this event you can email email@example.com
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