Uppsala Security Finalist for the “Best Security Company of the Year — Under 150 staff“ — 2020 Cyber Security Awards
Singapore, 19 August 2020 — We are pleased to announce that Uppsala Security has been selected as finalist in the “Best Security Company of the Year — Under 150 staff“ category for the 2020 Cyber Security Awards. The Cyber Security Awards were established in 2014, to reward the best individuals, teams and companies within the cyber security industry. Excellence and innovation are core themes, throughout all categories. The Cyber Security Awards team, reviews the industry, looking for the best possible applicants. We encourage all those, who are committed to progressing the industry, to apply.
The winners this year will be announced in a virtual ceremony held on September 10th at 5 pm, BST.
Organiser Christina Price said “Despite the challenges of 2020, we have received a record number of entries. The quality was very high and I know there are many disappointed companies who did not make the shortlist this year. Those that have been selected as finalists should be incredibly pleased with their achievement and know that competition to be win will be tough!”
The complex nature of the products developed by Uppsala Security, addressing both end users and governments, virtual asset service providers (VASPs), financial institutions, FinTech companies and other technology developers solves a wide range of cybersecurity challenges while contributing to the development and adoption of groundbreaking technologies supporting decentralization.
Products such as the UPPward Browser Extension (Chrome, Brave, Firefox and Edge) — a free of charge one-stop protection solution against crypto scams and fraud, Crypto Analysis Transaction Visualization (CATV) tool — a forensic tool that creates an easy to use graphic visualization of both incoming and outgoing transaction flows of an inspected wallet which fits perfectly within investigations, Crypto Analysis Risk Assessment (CARA) — an intuitive machine-learning solution that classifies the risk level of crypto addresses based on learned behaviors of both known malicious wallets and normal wallets or the Interactive Cooperation Framework API (ICF API) — that enables any subscribers to query the crowdsourced Threat Intelligence Database in real time, complement each other in fighting against Money Laundering, Fraud and Terrorist Financing while, at the same time, helping with Regulatory Compliance.
“It is truly an honor to have made the shortlist for the “Best security Company of the Year — Under 150 staff“ category within the 2020 Cyber Security Awards and to be recognized for the breakthrough in the decentralized cybersecurity. We are really proud and enthusiastic about the new approaches that we have brought to the ecosystem like real time crowdsourcing of threat intelligence, algorithms for transaction tracking visualization or machine learning based risk assessment tools. The entire team is grateful for this nomination as it has been completely dedicated to fulfill our mission of developing and expanding the availability of our advanced crypto security solutions and our responsive support services to each and every individual and organization in the online space.“ said Patrick Kim, Founder & CEO, Uppsala Security.
About the Cyber Security Awards
Taking place online, finalists are being encouraged to include as many of their team as possible. There will be a competition for the best picture shared on social media with the hashtag #cyberawards2020. We hope that organisations take this as an opportunity to celebrate remotely with their teams, rewarding the hard work that we know security teams have been doing this year.
Uppsala Security built Sentinel Protocol, the first crowdsourced Threat Intelligence Platform powered by blockchain technology and A.I. Supporting the framework is a team of experienced cyber security professionals who provide an award-winning suite of advanced tools and services for Crypto AML, KYC Intelligence, Transaction Tracking, and Regulatory Compliance Analytics enabling organizations to protect their crypto assets from malicious attacks and scams while meeting regulatory compliance standards.