Network Products Guide, IT Worlds Gold Award 2015

Last night EdgeWave took home four awards from the Network Products Guide 2015 IT World Awards, held in San Francisco, California.

EdgeWave ePrism® Email Security™ took Gold in the Email Security category and a Bronze in the Cloud Security category. ePrism Email Security combines Military-Grade cyber security with a SaaS cloud platform to protect organizations against the most advanced email-borne threats while also providing comprehensive security policy compliance. EdgeWave iPrism® Web Gateway™ took Gold in the Web Security category by combining Military-Grade cyber security with a cloud-enabled platform to deliver “anytime, anywhere, any device” internet protection and policy enforcement. EdgeWave also took Bronze for their security and deployment of the 2014 US Tennis Open.

EdgeWave ePrism Email Security, and iPrism Web Gateway, provide Military-Grade protection through processes that have been battle-proven to defend complex networks against sophisticated cyber attacks. Called EdgeWave EPIC™ (Enhanced Precision Integrated Cyber Capabilities™), this unique cyber defense capability combines experienced U.S. Military cyber security veterans with advanced technology to precisely identify attacks, help eliminate threats and help stop data breaches.  EdgeWave EPIC is deployed through award-winning ePrism Email Security, iPrism Web Gateway, EPIC Next Generation Firewall and new EPIC Security Assurance Service to provide adaptive, layered defense against advanced cyber threats.

“Stopping data breaches is of paramount importance and traditional approaches aren’t working.  EdgeWave ePrism Email Security, and iPrism Web Gateway, provide Military-Grade cyber defense against advanced threats in a platform that is almost effortless to implement and use,” said Mike Walls, Managing Director, Security Operations & Analysis, EdgeWave. “This recognition validates our dedication, and we thank Network Products Guide for acknowledging our hard work.”  Prior to joining EdgeWave, Mr.  Walls (CAPT, US Navy ret.) was responsible for U.S. Navy cyber readiness, ensuring the security of over 300 ships, 4,000 aircraft and 400,000 servicemen – the world’s largest intranet.

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