CertainSafe announced it was a finalist for the American Business Awards and will ultimately be a gold, silver or bronze Stevie Award winner in the program. CertainSafe is nominated in the new product or service of the year, software category for cloud application or service.
The American Business Awards are the nation’s premier business awards program. All organizations operating in the U.S.A. are eligible to submit nominations – public and private and non-profit, large and small. They will be presented at two award events June 13 in Chicago and the new product and technology awards event Sept. 12 in San Francisco.
“It is a great honor to be a finalist in this competitive category, and is further validation that our mission of changing how the world views security is working,” said John Naschef, president of Secure Cloud Systems, parent company of CertainSafe. “The consequences of getting hacked can be devastating, both from a fiscal and legal standpoint. CertainSafe helps protect information in a unique fashion that ensures your data stays secure.”
The company’s MicroTokenization technology has helped it garner recent industry recognition, including a PCMag Editors’ Choice Award. Its approach to file sharing and data storage make it the perfect choice for individuals and companies who cannot afford to have their data hacked or breached, as well as those requiring compliancy.
Recently, prominent individuals have joined the CertainSafe team including Rep. Pete Hoekstra, former chairman of the House Intelligence Committee; Chris Donesa, who served as chief counsel for the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence; and Jennifer Gilbert, chief executive officer of Save the Date, as the official spokesperson.