Announcing the Computing Security Excellence Awards

Peter Gothard
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Announcing the Computing Security Excellence Awards

Recognising security success

The Computing Security Excellence Awards are here!

IT security is an ever-growing concern for the UK IT industry, and we thought it was about time that achievements in this field were recognised, awarding the very best security companies, solutions, products and personalities.

From the greatest firewall product to the most impressive IT leader in the sector, we're covering every major touchpoint of success in the security landscape.

At this evening event - directly following the Computing Enterprise Security & Risk Management Summit on 24 November 2016 - you and your industry peers can enjoy a champagne reception, moving on to a three-course meal in sumptuous surroundings, before the awards themselves are unleashed. it's going to be the most important night in the security calendar this year.

To enter, simply visit the Computing Security Excellence Awards page, decide on the category (or categories) that interest you, and submit the form. Entries are free, and you have until Friday 23 September 2016, at 5pm, to complete.

The Computing Security Excellence Awards will be held on 24 November 2016 at the Hilton Tower Bridge, 5 More London Place, Tooley Street, London, SE1 2BY.

See you there!

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