Mason Advisory have been nominated for the Cyber Security Awards 2018.
Mason Advisory have been nominated for the Cyber Security Awards 2018. The awards were established in 2014, to reward the best individuals, teams and companies within the industry. Excellence and innovation are core themes, throughout all categories. The Cyber Security Awards team reviews the industry, looking for the best possible applicants. Mason Advisory have been announced as finalists in the Consulting Practice of the Year category.
The winners will be announced at the Cyber Security Awards dinner and presentation at the Park Plaza Hotel in Victoria, on the 21 June 2018.
Ian Kayne, head of Mason Advisory’s Cybersecurity practice said: “It has been an exciting year for us as we continue to go from strength to strength, working with our customers on innovative and pragmatic solutions to their cybersecurity challenges. Our selection as finalists in the Cyber Security Awards is a testament to the team’s hard work and dedication, and we thank the judging panel for their nomination.”
Awards judge Karla Reffold said: “This year there were a record number of entrants and the competition this year has been incredibly high. Being named as a finalist is a great achievement and I can already tell picking the winners is going to be a challenge! There are so many fantastic individuals, innovative products and companies that are doing great things within cyber security. The whole awards are a great showcase of British achievement within cyber.”
About the Cyber Security Awards
Situated at the Park Plaza Hotel, Victoria, the Cyber Security Awards is a leading awards event for the cyber security industry. The event consists of a three-course dinner, entertainment, the presentation of awards and dancing. The Cyber Security Awards is the ideal event to gain recognition for your success within the cyber security industry. At the awards you can expect to network with leading industry professionals from consultancies, technology firms, defence businesses, FTSE 250 and public-sector bodies.