Confidela’s WatchDox Named 2011 SC Magazine Excellence Award Finalist

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WatchDox is recognized in the Excellence Award Rookie Security Company of the Year category

The contenders in this category have already won a significant honor, the respect of their peers and a body of experts that represents those most interested in following threats and advancements in information security

WatchDox, a document control, tracking and protection solution, has been named a 2011 SC Magazine Awards finalist for stellar leadership and achievement in information security. WatchDox is recognized in the Excellence Award Rookie Security Company of the Year category, which acknowledges companies with superior security products that help customers tackle today’s pressing security challenges.

“The contenders in this category have already won a significant honor, the respect of their peers and a body of experts that represents those most interested in following threats and advancements in information security,” said SC Magazine Editor-in-Chief Illena Armstrong. “To make it this far amongst hundreds of submissions is quite an achievement.”

In its 14th year, the information security industry’s most prominent accolade, the annual SC Awards showcase the best solutions, services and professionals while recognizing achievement and technical excellence. SC Magazine distinguishes the achievements of the security professionals in the trenches, the innovations happening in the vendor and service provider communities and the passionate work of government, commercial and nonprofits - all working to help improve global security.

IT security companies nominate their solutions for consideration in the SC Magazine Awards and entries are judged by a panel of leading security officers from large, medium and small enterprises from all major vertical markets - representing the wide distribution of SC Magazine readers.

“Companies are looking for ways to control, track and protect sensitive documents and intellectual property across organizational and geographic boundaries,” said Adi Ruppin, vice president of marketing of WatchDox. “Existing data loss prevention (DLP) and digital rights management (DRM) solutions are cumbersome and not built to facilitate external collaboration. WatchDox provides an easy and secure way to prevent possible leakage of a document. We’re honored to be recognized by SC Magazine for this advancement in the industry.”

Winners of this year’s SC Magazine Awards will be announced at a gala dinner and award ceremony to be held in San Francisco on Tuesday, February 15, 2011. The event is a night filled with excitement, along with an invaluable opportunity to network with the top corporate IT professionals in attendance. To attend the Awards, please register at http://www.scmagazineus.com/dinner--presentation/section/1557/.

About SC Magazine
SC Magazine was named winner of 2010 Magazine of the Year by the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE). It provides IT security professionals with in-depth and unbiased information through timely news, comprehensive analysis, cutting-edge features, contributions from thought leaders and the best, most extensive collection of product reviews in the business. By offering a consolidated view of IT security through independent product tests and well-researched editorial content that provides the contextual backdrop for how these IT security tools will address larger demands put on businesses today, SC Magazine enables IT security pros to make the right security decisions for their companies. In addition to the monthly print magazine and a vibrant website updated daily, the brand's portfolio includes SC World Congress Conference and Expo, SC Congress Canada, SC Magazine Awards, SC Directory and SC Magazine Newswire.

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About Confidela        
Confidela provides the easiest way to share and collaborate on sensitive documents with customers, partners or suppliers. Confidela’s flagship product, WatchDox®, is a software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution that allows companies to maintain full control and tracking over documents – wherever they go. The company’s WatchDox Virtual Data Room service facilitates mergers and acquisitions (M&A), licensing and other transactions with unprecedented security and ease of use. Privately held, Confidela is venture capital backed by Gemini Israel Funds and Shlomo Kramer (co-founder of Check Point and Imperva). Confidela is headquartered in Mountain View, California, with offices in Tel Aviv, Israel. For more information, please visit http://www.watchdox.com.

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