INSIDE Secure selected as SC Magazine 2016 Trust Award finalist
December 16, 2015
INSIDE Secure, a specialist in embedded security solutions for mobile and connected devices, has announced that MatrixSSE, an application protection solution that provides anti-tampering, code obfuscation and whitebox cryptography, has been recognized as a Trust Award finalist in the Best Mobile Security Solution category for the 2016 SC Awards. The finalists and winners for the newly revamped Trust Awards (formerly Reader Trust Awards) are chosen by a distinguished group of leading IT security professionals from the SC Magazine readership and selected by the SC editorial team. Winners will be announced at the SC Awards 2016 ceremony to be held March 1st 2016 in San Francisco.
The SC Awards, now in its 19th year, are recognised throughout the security industry as the gold standard of excellence in cybersecurity. With the awards, SC Magazine recognizes the achievements of security professionals in the field, the innovations happening in the vendor and service provider communities, and the vigilant work of government, commercial and nonprofit entities. Vendors and service providers which offer a product and/or service for the commercial, government, educational, nonprofit or other industries are eligible for the SC Awards’ Trust Award category.
MatrixSSE allows mobile apps to self-protect from any malicious code or malware attacks in the world of fast evolving mobile threats. Only MatrixSSE interweaves security within the application to protect it and all important account data within the application and during communication with the cloud. MatrixSSE is scalable to allow for the quick deployment of dozens of mobile apps, saving significant development time and cost.
“INSIDE Secure has demonstrated that they are among the best in the industry at protecting mobile applications” said Illena Armstrong, VP, editorial, SC Magazine. “Being a Trust Award nominee is a special honour as it demonstrates that you are at the top of your game, and your peers know it.”