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Quick Heal Technologies' Sanjay Katkar Named Product Development Management Executive of the Year

Receives 12th Annual 2016 Global Excellence Awards for his contribution to the worldwide Information Security sector

San Francisco/RSA Conference – March 2, 2016 – Quick Heal Technologies today announced its Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer, Sanjay Katkar, has been named the gold winner in the Product Development / Management Executive of the Year category in the 12th Annual 2016 Global Excellence Awards.

Overseen by Info Security Products Guide, a leading information security research and advisory guide, the elite awards program also recognized Quick Heal’s Seqrite product line as a silver winner in the category of Security Products and Solutions for Small Businesses and SOHO.

The awards were presented to Quick Heal and other honorees from around the world in San Francisco at a gala event timed with the RSA Conference, taking place from February 29 through March 4 at San Francisco’s Moscone Center. Quick Heal is exhibiting at RSA for the first time, offering product application demos in the North Expo in booth #N5004.

Katkar, who spearheaded the invention and development of Quick Heal’s core antivirus engine and has overseen its development and maintenance, was selected as the gold winner for his efforts to not only advance Quick Heal’s technology, but also elevate the company’s position as a trustworthy security brand in the global market.

“Sanjay has devoted his career to addressing the information security challenges of businesses and consumers around the world. Quick Heal is extremely proud of his accomplishments, and to have him recognized by Info Security Products Guide is a tremendous and well-deserved honor. The recognition for our Seqrite offerings further validates Quick Heal’s commitment to our customers’ security needs, and serves as an excellent testimony to the value that our technology delivers to the market,” said Farokh Karani, Director, North America, Sales & Channels, Quick Heal Technologies, while accepting the award on Katkar’s behalf.  

A global security company, Quick Heal launched its Seqrite product line in North America last year. Seqrite provides everything a small-to-midsize enterprise (SME) needs to prevent internal and external threats, attacks and malicious intents before they strike and can be managed through a simple-to-use, cloud interface. Offered through the North American IT channel, Seqrite delivers cross-platform support for Apple, Windows, iOS and Android endpoints, along with servers and networks/gateways, and total mobile device management.

About Info Security Products Guide Awards

SVUS Awards organized by Silicon Valley Communications are conferred in 10 annual award programs: The Info Security’s Global Excellence Awards, The IT Industry’s Hot Companies and Best Products Awards, The Golden Bridge Business and Innovation Awards, and Consumer World Awards, CEO World Awards, Customer Sales and Service World Awards, The Globee Fastest Growing Private Companies Awards, Women World Awards, PR World Awards, and Pillar Employee Recognitions World Awards. These premier awards honor organizations of all types and sizes from all over the world including the people, products, performance, PR and marketing. To learn more, visit www.svusawards.com.

About Quick Heal Technologies Ltd.

Quick Heal Technologies Ltd.’s Seqrite data security product line targets small-to-midsize enterprises (SMEs) and is designed to simplify security management across endpoints, mobile devices and networks. For more information on the Quick Heal Seqrite Partner Program, please contact 855-978-6117, email [email protected] or visit the Quick Heal partner page. For more information on Quick Heal, visit www.quickheal.com

 

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