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Egress and London Borough of Haringey win at the 2020 Computing Security Awards

Published on 11th Dec 2020
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London, UK – 11th December 2020 Egress has been awarded with ‘Security Project of the Year – Public Sector’ at the 2020 Computing Security Awards for its work with London Borough of Haringey.

The Computing Security Awards honours the best designers, providers, products and solutions of security within the rapidly growing information security industry. Egress and London Borough of Haringey were awarded 'Security Project of the Year – Public Sector’ in recognition of a project that enables users to securely and collaboratively share data using Egress Secure Workspace, facilitating digital transformation and ensuring that vital services could continue to operate during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Mark Lendon, SVP of Sales, comments "We're delighted to win this award with our customer, London Borough of Haringey. At Egress, we pride ourselves on delivering maximum value for all our customers - particularly when helping them to drive business efficiency while keeping highly sensitive data safe. It is brilliant to see the industry recognising the fantastic work carried out between the London Borough of Haringey and Egress to support digital communication and an entirely new way of operating during the COVID-19 pandemic."


About Egress

Our mission is to eliminate the most complex cybersecurity challenge every organisation faces: insider risk. We understand that people get hacked, make mistakes, and break the rules. To prevent these human-activated breaches, we have built the only Human Layer Security platform that defends against inbound and outbound threats. Using patented contextual machine learning we detect and prevent abnormal human behaviour such as misdirected emails, data exfiltration, and targeted spear-phishing attacks.

Used by the world’s biggest brands, Egress is private equity backed and has offices in London, New York, and Boston.