BRUSSELS, 23 June 2023 – The European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO) announce that CDeX (Cyber Defence eXercise Platform) and Secfense (The Fast Track To Passwordless) have been nominated for the ECSO CISO Choice Award. These cybersecurity providers were selected by a jury of CISOs at the ECCC Access-2-Market matchmaking event at the CYBERSEC – European Cybersecurity Forum in Katowice, Poland. The jury praised the companies for their successful pitches and prominent solutions in “Identity & Access Management” and “Risk Management & Risk Assessment”.
The European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO) is thrilled to announce the nomination of CDeX (Cyber Defence eXercise Platform) and Secfense (The Fast Track To Passwordless) for the esteemed ECSO CISO Choice Award. The announcement was made at the ECCC Access-2-Market matchmaking event, held at the CYBERSEC – European Cybersecurity Forum in Katowice, Poland.
The two cybersecurity providers were chosen for their innovative solutions in “Identity & Access Management” and “Risk Management & Risk Assessment”. The selection was made by a jury composed of Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs), who were impressed by the companies’ successful pitches.
ECSO extends its hearty congratulations to both CDeX and Secfense for their outstanding presentations and for their significant contributions to the cybersecurity sector. The nomination is a testament to their commitment to providing top-tier cybersecurity solutions and their dedication to enhancing the security landscape.
The ECCC Access-2-Market event offers a unique platform for companies to connect directly with potential buyers, thereby strengthening the European cybersecurity market. The event is a testament to the growing importance of cybersecurity and the increasing need for innovative solutions in the field.
ECSO looks forward to the continued success of CDeX and Secfense and to their future contributions to the cybersecurity industry.
The European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO) is a not-for-profit organisation established in 2016. ECSO unites more than 290 European cybersecurity stakeholders, including large companies, SMEs and startups, research centres, universities, end-users, operators, associations and national administrations. ECSO works with its Members and Partners to develop a competitive European cybersecurity ecosystem that provides trusted cybersecurity solutions and advances Europe’s cybersecurity posture and technological independence.