Unisys Wins Frost & Sullivan Innovation Award for Network Security Tech

cyberUnisys has won a Frost & Sullivan award for a technology the company designed to secure network endpoints and data in cloud environments.

Frost & Sullivan said Thursday it awarded Unisys the market research firm’s 2015 North American Award for New Product Innovation for the technology company’s Stealth security platform.

Unisys developed its Stealth product suite to employ authentication, encryption and identification tools as well as to establish a communication link among authorized network users within an organization.

The platform is also built to integrate with an existing information technology infrastructure without the need for customers to perform a system configuration.

Frost & Sullivan picked Unisys as this year’s award recipient following a study of the encrypted network security technology market.

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