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Cyber Defense Global Awards Honor Endace with Two Awards

Cyber Defense 2018 Global Awards Honor Endace with Two Awards

“Best Product Security & Management” and “Cutting Edge Security Hardware” awards
recognize Endace’s industry leadership in innovative network recording and analytics hosting

AUCKLAND, New Zealand – October 9, 2018 – Endace has been named the winner of two of Cyber Defense Magazine’s Cyber Defense 2018 Global Awards: “Best Product Security & Management” and “Cutting Edge Security Hardware.” Winners were announced on October 3 at the IP EXPO Conference 2018.

Endace was recognized for its recently announced 9200 Series EndaceProbe Analytics Platform, an ultra-high-capacity network recorder. The 9200 Series can record up to a petabyte of network traffic at a sustained 40Gbps in just 4RU and offers the ability to host up to 12 network security or performance monitoring solutions. Customers can choose to host solutions from Endace’s Fusion partners, or open-source or custom-built tools.

“We are delighted to be recognized by Cyber Defense Magazine and the judges,” said Cary Wright, VP of Product Management at Endace. “One of our goals is to bring full, network-wide packet capture within the reach of all enterprises through innovative technology. These Cyber Defense Awards are a solid validation of our efforts and recognize the breakthrough nature of our new EndaceProbe 9200 platform.”

On the double-award win, Gary S. Miliefsky, publisher of Cyber Defense Magazine, commented: “Cyber Defense Magazine spent six months searching the globe to find the most innovative and cutting-edge cyber security companies for our Cyber Defense 2018 Global Awards. Endace won these awards for Cutting Edge Security Hardware and Best Product Network Security & Management because it is an innovator on a mission to help stop breaches and get one step ahead of the next threat, proactively.”

This win comes on the back of an awards streak for Endace in 2018, with the company recently winning the Export New Zealand Award for "Excellence in Innovation for Export” and the 2018 Network Computing UK “Ones to Watch Company” award in the earlier in the year.

Endace is also a double finalist in the 2018 Computing Security Awards, finalist in the UK IT Industry Awards and finalist in the New Zealand Business Awards (with winners yet to be announced).

About Endace

Endace’s multifunctional Analytics Platform can host 3rd-party network analytics applications while simultaneously recording a 100% accurate Network History, enabling fast, accurate detection, investigation and analysis of network security and performance issues.

The platform enables agile deployment of analytics functions and dramatically reduces OPEX and CAPEX costs by consolidating datacenter hardware. Hosted applications can analyze live or historical traffic. Global customers include banks, healthcare, telcos, broadcasters, retailers, web giants, governments and military.

For more information see www.endace.com or follow Endace on Twitter and LinkedIn.

About Cyber Defense Global Awards 2018
This is Cyber Defense Magazine's sixth year of honoring cyber defense and information security innovators. Our submission requirements are for any startup, early stage, later stage or public companies in the INFORMATION SECURITY (INFOSEC) industry who believe they have a unique and compelling value proposition for their people, products and services. More information is at http://www.cyberdefenseawards.com/ The judges are CISSP, FMDHS, CEH, certified security professionals who voted based on their independent review of the company submitted materials on the website of each submission including but not limited to data sheets, white papers, product literature and other market variables. CDM has a flexible philosophy to find more innovative players with new and unique technologies, than the one with the most customers or money in the bank. CDM is always asking "What's Next?" so we are looking for Next Generation cyber defense people, products and services.

About Cyber Defense Magazine

With over 1.2 Million annual readers and growing, Cyber Defense Magazine is the premier source of IT Security information. We are managed and published by and for ethical, honest, passionate information security professionals. Our mission is to share cutting-edge knowledge, real-world stories and awards on the best ideas, products and services in the information technology industry. We deliver electronic magazines every month online for free, and limited print editions exclusively for the RSA conferences for our USA editions and our Global editions at the IPEXPO Europe and to our paid print-edition subscribers. CDM is a proud member of the Cyber Defense Media Group. Learn more about us at http://www.cyberdefensemagazine.com

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