Alcide and HyTrust win 2019 Infosec Awards for Cloud Security


Israel based Alcide, a cloud company which provides microservices Firewall that secures microservices deployments has become the winner of the Breakout Cloud Security 2019 Infosec Award at RSA.

“Infosec magazine recognized Tel Aviv based company Alcide as an innovator in cloud security to defeat the next generation of exploiters”, said Gary S Milefsky, CEO, Cyber Defense Media Group which is into the 7Th year of publishing the winners for the Cyber Defense Magazine(CDM).

“We are honored to be recognized as Breakout Cloud Security Company at the 2019 InfoSec awards”, said Ranny Nachmias, CEO of Alcide.

Alcide grabbed the attention of the world when it released a new cloud platform recently which empowers DevSecOps teams to incessantly secure and defend their Multi-Cluster Kubernetes as well as Istio deployments. This is what made the company eligible to bag the award of Infosec at the RSA Conference 2019- San Francisco, California.

In other news which is related to the Infosec awards, HyTrust which is renowned as a leader in workload security on multi-cloud platforms is reported to have bagged the “Publisher’s Choice” Infosec award in the category of Cloud Security.

As HyTrust’s approach to secure the workloads through customized policies is unique, the company became eligible to bag the award.

“Feeling elated for winning an award for the second time in a row in the cloud security category and we take it as a wonderful achievement”, said Eric Chiu, Founder, and President of HyTrust.

Note- HyTrust is known to offer solutions which make private, public and hybrid cloud infrastructure’s trustworthy to operate and has recently started rendering automated security controls for software-defined computing, networking, and storage workloads to achieve the highest levels of visibility, granularity over policy controls and data protection.

Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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