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CertiVox wins 2011 Bully Award

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

CertiVox has received the Yearling category of the 2011 Bully Award, an honor presented by White Bull Summits to Europe’s leading technology, media and telecommunications companies.

The award recognizes CertiVox as an industry innovator in secure information exchange, and the first infrastructure as a service (IaaS) company to provide on-demand certificateless encryption for the cloud. The free CertiVox PrivateSky Connector plug-in for Internet Explorer and breakthrough PrivateSky secure information exchange service have revolutionized secure information exchange for the masses, enabling anyone to quickly and easily achieve browser-to-browser encryption with a single click.

“The Bully Award winners were selected for innovation and values of excellence in the TMT sector,” stated Farley Duvall, founder and chairman, White Bull Summits. “They have been recognized as a leader in their field, with a bright business proposition and meaningful market strategies, driven by a rich understanding of customer needs and technological solutions.”

A total of 60 European companies were named as finalists for the 2011 Bully Award, and the deserving winners were selected from a pool of entries that included hundreds of nominated European TMT companies.

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