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OPSWAT Named a Finalist in the Computing Security Excellence Awards

OPSWAT has been named a finalist in Computing’s 2021 Security Excellence Awards in the “Security Vendor of the Year- Large Organizations” category. The award program recognizes organizations, people and products for their achievements in the security industry and the strides they’ve made toward making the world safer and more secure.

Large firms have very specific and specialized security environments, with a massive attack surface and the budget to defend it. However, their digital landscape can be complex and difficult to navigate. The “Security Vendor of the Year- Large Organizations” category considers vendors that are uniquely suited to protecting the world’s largest companies.

OPSWAT’s recognition as the global leader of critical infrastructure cybersecurity solutions has grown exponentially with the increase in cybersecurity attacks against critical infrastructure organizations and the subsequent emphasis on efforts to protect these organizations’ IT and OT environments. The stakes are already high, and the evolving digital landscape makes the security of these environments that much more important. Trusted by 1,500 global enterprise organizations and 98% of U.S. nuclear facilities, OPSWAT helps enterprise-level organizations secure their specialized environments and protects them from file and device-borne threats while ensuring compliance with industry and government-driven regulations to protect their reputation, finances, employees, and customers from cyber-driven disruption.

OPSWAT Channel Partner Barrier Networks is a finalist in the “Security Vendor of the Year” category, along with many others. See full list of 2021 finalists.

Winners of each category will be announced in an exclusive awards eBook on Wednesday, December 1, 2021.

For more information, please contact one of our critical infrastructure cybersecurity experts.

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