To end the year on a high note, we’re delighted to announce that Red Sift has been shortlisted in the 2022-23 Cloud Awards in two categories: ‘Security Innovation of the Year (Enterprise)’ and ‘Most Innovative Use of Data in the Cloud!’ We were selected for our ability to help organizations solve for the greatest vulnerabilities across the complete attack surface, including email, domains, brand, and the network perimeter.
The Cloud Awards program celebrates the brightest and the best organizations in Cloud Computing globally. The ‘Security Innovation of the Year (Enterprise)’ category recognizes a genuinely innovative approach to cloud security. Companies shortlisted for ‘Most Innovative Use of Data in the Cloud’ include a solution or approach that solves structured or unstructured data problems using cloud-based technologies.
“Indeed, the shortlisted applicants released today have surpassed a fiercely competitive initial round. They exemplify truly inventive thinking, whether they are newly-funded disruptors or well-known businesses.”James Williams, Cloud Awards Head of Operations
Winners of the Cloud Awards will be notified in February 2023. The Cloud Awards has assembled judges from around the globe representing a mix of technical, business, academic, and marketing expertise to assess nominees, determine finalists, and ultimately, select the final winners. It’s an honor to be recognized by such a talented and well-respected judging panel, and we are delighted to be shortlisted in two categories in this year’s awards! This is a testament to the hard work of our entire Red Sift team and the company’s dedication to continuous innovation focused on helping our customers.
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The Red Sift Digital Resilience Platform is the first highly scalable cloud platform built from the ground up for cybersecurity. It helps organizations like BP, Telefonica, Heineken, and Domino’s to protect their infrastructure and brand enabling them to see a threat, solve it, and secure their digital infrastructure, meaning their greatest attack surface vulnerabilities are fully protected.