Lastline Named Best Network Security Software and Most Innovative Cyber Security Solution
Two Latest Awards Reinforce Company’s Reputation for Innovative, Effective Technology That Helps Security Teams Detect and Contain Sophisticated Threats.
Lastline, the leader in AI-powered network security, announced that Lastline Defender has been named the winner of two awards in recognition of its superior technology that is able to recognize sophisticated threats before they can cause the loss of data, customers, and reputation.
The goal of the Business Intelligence Group’s Fortress Cyber Security Awards program is to reward the creative thinking, engineering, people and projects that are taking on growing threats and sophisticated attacks for the benefit of the global community. Winners were selected by a panel of 20 security experts from across academia, business, and government. This is the second year in a row that Lastline has received a Fortress Cyber Security Award.
“We are so proud to name Lastline as a winner in the Fortress Cyber Security Awards program,” said Maria Jimenez, Chief Nominations Officer, Business Intelligence Group. “It was clear to our expert judges that the entire group of innovators and innovations are the tip of the spear helping to prepare, defend, and respond to the growing threat of cyber attacks. Congratulations to the Lastline team.”
Winners of the Corporate Excellence Awards are handpicked by CV Magazine based on a combination of votes gathered from our network of respected industry partners and our own rigorous in-house qualitative and quantitative analysis. Awards are given based on merit and recognize the very best in business on a global scale; awarding those that are succeeding in their endeavors, innovating, growing and improving. These awards recognize outstanding achievement, game-changing innovation, and stellar performance – the very best each market, industry, sector, and region has to offer. In 2018 CV Magazine recognized Lastline’s Christopher Kruegel with its Most Influential CEO in Cyber Security award.
“We hear directly from CISOs that their top concerns are data breaches, insider threats from compromised credentials, and APTs,” noted Claire Trimble, Lastline CMO. “The volume of network traffic often exceeds what can be monitored, which is why automating anomalous detection with AI is so critical. We add deep knowledge of malicious behaviors to provide context and eliminate false positives, improving productivity for security teams. These awards reflect our success in protecting organizations worldwide from sophisticated threats, and we are honored to receive this industry recognition.”