For the second year in a row, the leading cybersecurity analyst Expert Insights has recognized the cybersecurity and compliance solutions provided by TitanHQ and has given the company ‘Best Of’ Cybersecurity Awards for all three of its security solutions.
Expert Insights is an online publication with editorial teams in the United States and the United Kingdom that provides a range of content to help businesses select cybersecurity and cloud-based security solutions to meet their needs. The editorial teams conduct research into B2B solutions and publish buyers’ guides, blog posts, and industry analyses, and regularly conduct interviews with industry experts that are read by more than 80,000 individuals each month.
Throughout the year, reviews are conducted on technical products by industry experts, and each fall the leading cybersecurity and cloud-based solutions are assessed for its Best of Cybersecurity Awards. The assessments are based on research conducted by independent technical analysts, the editorial team, and feedback from customers who use the solutions is also considered as part of the review process.
TitanHQ’s solutions were rated best-in-class in four different categories. The SpamTitan email security solution received two awards, being ranked in the top spot in the Best Email Security Gateway and Email Security Solution for Office 365 categories.
TitanHQ’s DNS-based web filtering solution – WebTitan – ranked top in the Best Web Security Solution category, thanks to its advanced AI-powered threat intelligence engine and effectiveness at blocking malware and phishing attacks. The fourth award went to TitanHQ’s email archiving solution – ArcTitan – which ranked top in the Email Archiving Solution for Business category.
“TitanHQ are proud to have received continued recognition for all three of our advanced cybersecurity solutions. As the threat landscape continues to be a significant risk to organizations across the globe, we are dedicated to continuous innovation to provide consistent, secure, and reliable protection to our customers,” said TitanHQ CEO, Ronan Kavanagh.