We're so excited to announce that we were named a Gold Winner for Web Application Security Innovations by the 2018 Golden Bridge Awards®. The coveted annual Golden Bridge Awards program honors the world’s best in organizational performance, innovations, products and services, deployments, executives and management teams from every major industry in the world.
About the Golden Bridge Awards...
Golden Bridge Awards are an annual industry and peers recognition program honoring best companies in every major industry from large to small and new start-ups in North America, Europe, Middle-East, Africa, Asia-Pacific, and Latin-America, Best New Products and Services, Best Innovations, Management and Teams, Women in Business and the Professions, Case Studies, Customer Satisfaction, and PR and Marketing Campaigns from all over the world.
Gold Winner for Best Web Application Security Innovation
tCell’s award-winning solutions protect web apps deployed in the cloud using web server and app server agents that integrate easily with an organization’s deployment process. Without any code changes or having an impact on the app’s performance, tCell allows businesses to take advantage of the benefits of the cloud and scale transparently. tCell removes more security blind-spots because it is the only Next-Gen Cloud WAF that integrates runtime application self-protection. By protecting applications at every level—from the browser, the web server to the app server, tCell can identify and block attacks automatically.
“Application level attacks are the principle way companies are compromised today. We, as an industry, need practical and effective ways to meet this threat.” said Michael Feiertag, CEO of tCell. “We are honored to be named a Gold Winner by the Golden Bridge Awards as it is a testament to the unique value that our solutions provide to security and devops teams who need to secure applications in the cloud.”
Winners will be honored in San Francisco on Monday, Oct. 29, 2018 during the annual Red Carpet Golden Bridge Awards Ceremony.