MailRisk wins best new security product award
It was a great pleasure for us to receive the Outstanding Security Performance Award (OSPA) at the Norwegian Business and Industry Security Council (NSR) security conference.
In the photo below, we see former Minister of Justice and Public Security, Anders Anundsen, awards our team the visible evidence that MailRisk is officially the best new security product in 2018.
The OSPAs recognise and reward companies and individuals across the security sector, and the criteria for these awards are based on extensive research on key factors that contribute to and characterise outstanding performance. The OSPAs are being set up in collaboration with security associations and groups across many countries, and were originally founded by Martin Gill, a renowned author and professor in criminology.
The jury comprised security professionals from COWI, DnB, Norges Bank, SOS Security, NSO, DSS and NHO Service, and their verdict for awarding Secure Practice this honour was as follows:
«MailRisk offers an innovative opportunity for both employees and companies to detect and respond to targeted email threats. MailRisk is a cost efficient channel for emergency assistance for the smallest enterprises, who commonly lack access to IT experts for help.»
We are incredibly grateful for a very inspiring Vi er svært takknemlig for en meget inspirerende distinction, and for all positive feedback both from the jury and all conference participants. As a start-up, an independent recognition of our service like this is hugely appreciated and valuable.
Our congratulations go to all winners in the other categories as well!
See official announcement here: Norway OSPAs 2018 announced (external link)
21 September 2020
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