IBM Security Selected a Finalist in Six Categories at the SC Awards 2016
IBM is well known fortune 500 company in computer business. The Security wing of IBM which is also known as IBM security has been short-listed as a finalist in six categories at the SC Magazine Europe Awards 2016. This is a great achievement for the IBM’s tremendous growth in the security industry in recent years. Last year the IBM was also nominated in several categories like best fraud prevention solution etc. Last year Skyhigh Networks was the winner in of best security Service Company. Spokeperson at the IBM Security Services said:
Our focus on providing clients with integrated, industry-leading solutions could be why IBM was short-listed as a finalist in more categories than any other organization.
Last year SC Awards, IBM Security was the winner for Best Fraud Prevention Solution with IBM Trusteer and to be selected as a finalist for the Best Identity Management Solution. After the one year IBM security has improved their services. That’s why IBM Security has been short-listed as a finalist in six categories:
- Best Security Company.
- Best SIEM Solution: IBM QRadar SIEM.
- Best Computer Forensics Solution: IBM QRadar Incident Forensics.
- Best Cloud Computing Security Solution: IBM Security Cloud Enforcer.
- Best Mobile Security Solution: IBM MaaS360 Enterprise Mobility Management.
- Best Identity Management Solution: IBM Identity Governance and Intelligence.
This year the Resilient Systems Inc. (known as Resilient, an IBM Company) is also short-listed in the Best Emerging Technology category for its Incident Response Platform. The winners of each category will be announced at the SC Awards 2016 dinner in London on June 7th, 2016.
Overall, this is a huge achievement for IBM Security. This also shows that demonstrates just how far IBM’s business has come over the last year alone. In 2015, the security business grew around 12 percent, outpacing the growth of pure-play security competitors that have traditionally dominated this market. Right now IBM monitors 15 billion security events per day in more than 130 countries and holds over 3,000 security patents.