Zingbox, the provider of the most widely deployed healthcare Internet of Things (IoT) analytics platform and a leader in healthcare IoT research, announced that the company and its CTO and co-founder Dr. May Wang have won six awards in the 15th annual Stevie Awards for Women in Business, including:
- Gold in the category of Most Innovative Company of the Year
- Silver in the category of Female Entrepreneur of the Year
- Silver in the category of Female Executive of the Year
- Silver in the category of Most Innovative Woman of the Year – Technology
- Silver in the category of Woman of the Year – Technology
- Bronze in the category of Company of the Year
More than 150 hospitals rely on the Zingbox healthcare IoT analytics platform to secure their connected medical devices to keep the entire healthcare environment safe from security breaches.
Dr. Wang pioneered this solution to protect organizations against cyberattacks — such as WannaCry and NotPetya — that cause billions of dollars in damages around the world. Under Wang’s direction, Zingbox built the first AI analytics platform for device management and security with real-time deep behavioral learning for IoT devices, yielding a new standard for uninterrupted service, efficiency and security for such devices. Zingbox put this platform to work safeguarding our nation’s healthcare system, which is highly vulnerable to cyberattacks.
“This is a great honor, and we are thrilled by the recognition, particularly of Dr. May Wang,” said Xu Zou, CEO at Zingbox. “She has directed Zingbox research and technology to address the biggest cybersecurity issues facing organizations worldwide. She is a role model for women in technology and is fully deserving of this recognition.”
The Stevie Awards for Women in Business honor women executives and entrepreneurs and the companies they run worldwide. The Stevie Awards have been hailed as the world’s premier business awards. Finalists are determined by the average scores of more than 200 business professionals around the world, working on five juries. More than 1,500 entries were submitted this year for consideration in more than 90 categories.