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Eight security products take home GovSec Awards

Over at the GovSec conference, running concurrently with FOSE at the Washington Convention Center, Security Products magazine today announced the winners of its GovSec Awards, which honors outstanding products being exhibited at GovSec.

The award winners, by category, are:

Access Control: Quantum Secure’s SAFE for Government Solution.

Disaster Recovery: Edwards Information’s Edwards Disaster Recovery Directory.

Homeland Security: Patriot3’s XPS-G2 Extreme Protection Series and Southwest Synergistic Solutions’ Emergency/Triage Light (E/T) Lights.

IP Video: Axis Communications’ AXIS M3114-R Network Camera Series and Enhance Technology’s UltraShare NAS 8000 Series.

IT Software Security: Sunbelt Software’s VIPRE Enterprise Premium.

Wireless Security: Berkely Varitronics Systems’ Bloodhound Cell Detector.

Tomorrow afternoon at FOSE, GCN will announce the winners of its Best of FOSE awards. Be sure to check in with us then.

Posted by Kevin McCaney on Mar 23, 2010 at 9:39 AM


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