CNS COMPLIANCEngine has been Highly Commended for Security Innovation of the Year in the Technology Excellence Awards at the 2012 UK IT Awards.
The announcement was made at a gala event held at Battersea, London on November 14 2012.
CNS submission included case studies and testimonials from many COMPLIANCEngine customers who have used CNS services to achieve and maintain IT compliance and improve information and IT security.
Shannon Simpson, Commercial Director of CNS, said: “This is welcome recognition for a great deal of hard work and focus that has gone into providing an excellent suite of services to our ever growing customer base. It supports our belief that Information Security, IT Security and Compliance to any standard can be achieved collaboratively and effectively through partnership.”
CNS was also a Finalist in the UK Innovation and Entrepreneurship Award and is current shortlisted for Security Initiative of the Year for the BankingTech Awards 2012.
David Clarke, MBE, Group Chief Executive Officer of BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, said: : “On behalf of BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, I would like to congratulate all the winners, those who were highly commended and those who were finalists. Our Awards celebrate the professionalism and innovation that exists in the IT profession and demonstrates the extent to which IT is the enabler in so many businesses in the UK today. To qualify as a finalist is tremendous - to win one of our prestigious Awards is a fantastic achievement.”
Stuart Sumner, Editor of Computing commented: “I would like to congratulate the winners and those who were highly commended on their achievements. The UK IT Industry Awards are rigorously judged and truly celebrate innovation and best practice in IT today.”
The BCS & Computing UK IT Industry Awards provide a platform for the entire profession to celebrate best practice, innovation and excellence. In total, this year’s Awards featured 23 categories which covered: project, organisation, technology and individual excellence. The categories were open to organisations and individuals involved in IT across the public, not for profit and commercial sectors.