PC Pitstop, maker of PC Matic, the only commercial whitelisting security technology made in America, today announced that they have earned a Bronze Best New Product of the Year in the SMB category in the Best in Biz Awards 2016.
PC Matic Named Best New Product of the Year in Best in Biz Awards 2016
PC Pitstop's PC Matic security software has earned a SMB Category Bronze Award for Best New Product of the Year in Best in Biz Awards 2016
SIOUX CITY, IA - November 30, 2016 -- PC Pitstop, maker of PC Matic, the only commercial whitelisting security technology made in America, today announced that they have earned a Bronze Best New Product of the Year in the SMB category in the Best in Biz Awards 2016.
Now in its seventh year, Best in Biz Awards honors companies, teams, executives and products for their business success as the only independent business awards program judged by members of the press and industry analysts. This year's judges included representatives from PC World, Cnet, CIO, Computerworld, ZDnet, and others. Past winners include well-recognized brands such as 1-800-Flowers, Boyd Gaming, Citrix, Dell, Dyson, Eastman, Epson, Experian, Hilton, HP, LifeLock, National Association of Realtors, Safelite, Sandisk, StubHub, Symantec, UnitedHealthcare and YMCA, as well as many of the most innovative start-ups and up-and-coming companies from the U.S. and Canada.
"This award recognizes PC Pitstop's PC Matic as a superior endpoint protection that has the ability to protect millions of PC users and enterprises against ransomware, malware, advanced persistent threats (APTs), zero-day attacks, and polymorphic viruses," stated Dodi Glenn, VP of cyber security at PC Pitstop. "With the recent upsurge of malware and ransomware, traditional antivirus products are struggling to keep up. A few simple malware modifications can easily bypass traditional blacklist detections, making it a constant game of cat and mouse. With our whitelisting approach, these issues are virtually nonexistent, because PC Matic allows only trusted and vetted applications to run."
A recent Forrester Report (http://bit.ly/2gDk74U) discusses application control (i.e. whitelisting) as an essential endpoint security component, stating, "It's no mystery that antivirus (AV) technologies are fighting a losing battle against an increasingly sophisticated malware threat landscape… As a result, security professionals must consider a different approach, one that doesn't rely solely on an increasingly hard-to-manage signature blacklist. In its various forms, application control delivers a much-needed value proposition for endpoint protection."
For more information about the 2016 Best in Business Awards, visit: http://www.bestinbizawards.com/ 2016-winners.
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About PC Pitstop
PC Pitstop was founded with the sole purpose of creating a better way to diagnose common computer problems. Developed, researched, and supported in the U.S., PC Matic is the only trusted security software available proven to proactively block modern-day cyber security threats in their tracks. Since its inception, the company has evolved into a major security software publisher in the United States, United Kingdom, and Japan. Its exclusive whitelisting technology and three-factor authentication allows PC Pitstop to deliver the highest quality of security and IT management to businesses of any size. Its superior endpoint protection against ransomware, malware, advanced persistent threats (APTs), zero-day attacks, and polymorphic viruses has been recognized with numerous awards including the highest score in the Virus Bulletin RAP test, a 100% protection rate from the RTTL Certification Test, and a 100% protection rate from the ICSA Labs Anti-Virus Certification test. Where other solutions attempt to block a continuously growing list of every known cybercriminal and let everyone else in, PC Pitstop looks only for trusted applications. For more information, visit: pcpitstop.com; follow @PCPitstop and @PCMatic on Twitter.
PC Pitstop contact:
Noyd Communications Inc.
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