Awards

BlueVoyant UK scoops trio of awards at 2022 computing security awards

8th November 2022
Sheryl Miles

BlueVoyant, a cyber defence company that combines internal and external cyber security, won a trio of awards at the 2022 Computing Security Awards, solidifying its growing UK presence and the effectiveness of its outcomes-based, cloud-native cyber defence platform, BlueVoyant Elements.

BlueVoyant UK won the ‘Incident Response & Investigation Security Service Provider of the Year’ award for its continuous work in resolving ongoing cyber threats for clients. Led by Tom Moore, director of digital forensics and incident response at BlueVoyant UK, the group provides everything from immediate incident response, through a customised forensic investigation and counsel with legal experts, to suggested recommendations on how clients can improve their cyber resilience and incident preparedness.

BlueVoyant UK also received the ‘Enterprise Security Solution of the Year’ award for its Terrain: Supply Chain Defence (SCD), which is a cyber risk management solution for suppliers, vendors and other third parties. With the support of BlueVoyant's Risk Operations Centre, SCD helps companies scale the continuous management, identification, and remediation of externally visible critical cyber security vulnerabilities and issues in business' third-party ecosystems.

Finally, BlueVoyant UK scooped up the ‘One to Watch Security – Company’ award, recognising the company's significant growth in the UK, driven by the launch of Elements. BlueVoyant has grown its local employees by more than 230% in the last 16 months, with sales revenues increasing 60% in the last year.

"It's fantastic to be recognised with three Computing Security Awards, all of which reflect our status as the leading cyber security defence platform in the U.K. and Europe," said James Tamblin, Vice Chairman at BlueVoyant. "These awards recognise BlueVoyant's talented team and our industry-leading technology that is helping improve clients' cyber defence around the globe."

Through its close relationship with Microsoft and Splunk, BlueVoyant is targeting rapid expansion of both its managed security and professional services throughout the UK and Europe. This will be spearheaded by the recent appointments of James McDowell as managing director; Leigh Glasper as director of cyber advisory; Holly Steele as VP of Sales for UK&I; and Moore overseeing digital forensics and incident response.

"These awards are a testament to the BlueVoyant UK team's unrivalled knowledge, expertise, and dedication," added McDowell. "BlueVoyant UK looks forward to continued high-growth next year and beyond."

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