Censornet featured in The Thames Valley SME 100 Growth Index
Censornet, the complete cloud security company, has been ranked number 42 on The Thames Valley SME 100 Growth Index. Censornet has seen exponential growth over the last year, thanks to its superior product range in the web, email and Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) market and commitment to its customers. The company was ranked third in the Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track in 2018 and its products have been shortlisted for multiple industry awards.
The new Thames Valley SME 100 Growth Index is published by The Business Magazine and highlights firms with an annual turnover of between £2 million and £12m that have grown significantly in the past year. The index covers independent businesses in the Thames Valley that are unquoted, private entities. Based on growth in turnover, the listing takes data from the business intelligence service FAME and Companies House.
Ed Macnair, CEO of Censornet, said: “With data breaches and malicious hacks on the rise, its not surprising that cyber security is one of the fastest growing sectors in the world. That, however, also makes it an incredibly noisy and crowded space, where only those that offer products and services that actually work will thrive. This listing is yet further evidence that Censornet is doing just that. We are committed to constant innovation, providing our customers with forward-thinking solutions to the very real threats they are facing.”
The Business Magazine and the sponsors of The Thames Valley SME 100 Growth Index, Wilson Partners and Herrington Carmichael, will host a drinks and networking evening on June 4 at Laithwaite’s Wine in Theale, near Reading, to recognise the companies on the SME Growth list.