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Remotium Named “Most Innovative Company At RSA Conference 2013”

Remotium was selected from a group of ten finalists presenting at the Conference’s annual Innovation Sandbox program

SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--News Facts

RSA Conference (www.rsaconference.com), the world's leading information security conferences and expositions, today named Remotium, "Most Innovative Company at RSA® Conference 2013." Remotium was selected from a group of ten finalists presenting at the Conference's annual Innovation Sandbox program, a half-day interactive event dedicated to encouraging out of the box ideas and the exploration of new technologies created by emerging information security companies.

Remotium won the award based on its potential to impact the broad and pressing enterprise BYOD challenge through a data management approach, all while still enabling employees to comfortably use their own preferred devices.

Innovation Sandbox's panel of esteemed judges, Asheen Chandna, Partner at Greylock Partners; Paul Kocher, President of Cryptography Research; George Hoyem, Investment Partner at In-Q-Tel; Alastair Goldfisher, Editor at Venture Capital Journal and Gerhard Eschelbeck, CTO & SVP at Sophos, deliberated over a record number of submissions before determining finalists and ultimately awarding [company] with the 2013 crown.

Past winners of Innovation Sandbox include Appthority, Invincea and Alert Enterprise.

"Innovation Sandbox's ten finalists exceeded expectations by providing innovative ideas and solutions to conquer old, new and mounting information security obstacles," said Sandra Toms LaPedis, Area Vice President and General Manager of RSA Conference. "Remotium demonstrated they were the most innovative by creating a scalable and easily deployable solution to the ever-growing enterprise BYOD challenge. We look forward to watching Remotium grow and expand in the coming years as we believe they will make a great impact on security's future."

About RSA Conference

RSA Conference helps drive the global information security agenda with annual events in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. Since 1991, RSA Conference consistently attracts the best and brightest in the field, creating opportunities to learn about information security's most important issues through face-to-face and online interactions with peers, luminaries and emerging and established companies. As information security professionals work to stay ahead of ever-changing security threats and trends, they turn to RSA Conference for a 360-degree view of the industry. RSA Conference seeks to arm participants with the knowledge they need to remain at the forefront of the information security business. More information on events, online programming and the most up-to-date news pertaining to the information security industry can be found at www.rsaconference.com.

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