The qualifiers for the 2018 SC Media Awards have been declared, and for the 3rd consecutive year, PhishMe has been accepted.
Cofense PhishMe Simulator, a phishing electronic mail imitation platform that may be used to check resistance to phishing attacks, has been called a qualifier in the Greatest IT Safety-Connected Coaching Program group.
SC Media is among the most well-appreciated cybersecurity news channels around the globe. For the last 25 years, the firm has been producing newsletters, magazines, and eBooks for IT safety experts, offering them with the technical info they require to cope with the safety problems they confront daily.
SM Media issues thorough, neutral product evaluations on the best hardware and software solutions to buy to avoid and alleviate cyberattacks and runs many digital as well as live events.
Every year, SC Media identifies vendors, products, and cybersecurity experts at an impressive award ritual. The qualifiers for the professional awards are chosen by a board of professional magistrates. Each invention is cautiously evaluated on a variety of standards and the big list of goods in each class is reduced down to a few of qualifiers. The qualifiers are then analyzed more diligently and a victor is selected.
The SC Media awards are believed the gold benchmark of achievement for cybersecurity products, experts, and facilities, even though simply being termed as a qualifier for an award demonstrates a company’s creation is extraordinary.
“Safeguarding confidential information and secret data from determined cyber assailants can be a huge task,” said VP, editorial, SC Media, Illena Armstrong. “PhishMe has been chosen a qualifier for the SC Award Professional Award for raising the barrier to the trade and effectively encountering this task.”
“Phishing is still considered as among today’s leading cyber dangers – and resilient workers who proactively inform phishing electronic mails are the best protection to fight dangers that have avoided conventional safety levels. We are devoted to constantly backing our clients’ phishing protection program requirements with solid content based on real-life attacks,” said Rohyt Belani, CEO, and Co-Founder of PhishMe. “We are pleased to be accepted as a qualifier in 2018, SC Awards for the 3rd successive year.”
The winners of the Awards will be declared on April 12, 2018, at the SC Awards ritual in San Francisco.