PETAH TIKVA, Israel–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Dec 28, 2021–
Minerva Labs, a leading provider of pre-execution, active threat prevention platform, announced today that it has won the 2021 CyberSecured Awards in the Remote Work category. Launched in 2020 by 1105 Media’s Security Today brand, The CyberSecured Awards honor the outstanding product development achievements of manufacturers and suppliers whose products or services are considered particularly noteworthy in the transformation of cybersecurity.
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CyberSecured Awards 2021 (Graphic: Business Wire)
“The pandemic has spurred exponential growth in the Remote Work sector, creating more avenues for ransomware attacks and other cyber threats,” said Eddy Bobritsky, CEO of Minerva Labs. “We’re honored to be recognized for helping companies overcome challenges that are associated with Remote Work, given the solution’s rapid deployment, ease of use and non-requirement for extra staff or training.”
In the second year of this independently judged contest, winners will receive awards for their recognized products. They will also be featured on the security industry leading website, securitytoday.com, and will be recognized in CyberSecured e-news.
“As we near the end of 2021, it is always a pleasure to evaluate the IT security solutions entered in our product awards contest. As expected, companies like Minerva Labs this year take security to the next level,” said Ralph C. Jensen, editor in chief of Security Today magazine, and CyberSecured eNews. “The IT security products we see today are the guardians of digital networks. I am amazed at the brilliance, integrity and thoughtfulness each solution brings to the end user. With so many networking issues announced every day, the demand for robust security is absolutely paramount.”
Minerva Labs enterprise grade endpoint protection solution protects both managed (corporate) and unmanaged (BYOD) devices without compromising a user’s privacy.