Following in the footsteps of Atlassian and WiseTech Global, Australian
based Red Piranha win’s coveted ‘Consensus Innovation Award’ for its Crystal Eye product.
Sydney, NSW, 9th May 2019
Australian based Cyber Security start-up, Red Piranha, was last night awarded the coveted ‘Innovation Award’ for their ‘Crystal Eye’ product at the 2019 Consensus Awards, held in Sydney.
“The Consensus Awards have a history of celebrating some of the most cutting-edge and innovative Australian tech companies, counting world-famous firms Atlassian and WiseTech Global as former recipients” - Malcolm Turnbull, Australian Prime Minister 2015 – 2018.
Red Piranha’s Crystal Eye is the world's most powerful Unified Threat Management (UTM) platform featuring the industry's first in-built gateway application whitelisting as well as email scanning, data loss prevention, advanced firewall technology and several other innovative features, that collectively provide exceptional security orchestration, automation and response.
Crystal Eye is designed for Managed Service Providers (MSP’s) and their clients to defend against cyber-crime. The Crystal Eye platform provides a ‘plug and play’ solution that is both easy to use and affordable with proven security techniques and multiple layers of protection to keep data safe.
After a rigorous judging process, Red Piranha took out the title with judges impressed with Red Piranha’s innovation, performance and future possibilities.
“I’m incredibly proud of our team and winning this award, it’s a huge milestone for our business. We work very hard to deliver what we feel is the best product on the market and strive to ensure we are always one step ahead of the constantly emerging cybersecurity threats” CEO Adam Bennett said of the companies win.