Security Excellence Awards 2018 - the best photos from the industry's premier event

Tom Allen
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The Security Excellence Awards 2018 were a roaring success, full of glitz, glamour and glass - trophies, that is. Check out this gallery of the top photos from the night

Hundreds of infosec professionals gathered at the London Marriott Hotel in Grosvenor Square this week to celebrate the winners of the Computing Security Excellence Awards 2018.

Whether they walked away with a prize or not, everyone had a fantastic time - assisted by the razor-sharp wit of comedian Alistair Barrie, who hosted the night.

We have a separate article detailing the winners - and, here, a collection of the best photos from the night, including each person and company who made it to the stage.

Everyone was looking their best on arrival and ready to celebrate success.

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