OneLogin has announced the winners of several awards at its annual user conference, Connect19 London. Winners were selected from OneLogin’s customer base of over 2,500 businesses, that were evaluated based on quantitative metrics, individual usage and companywide adoption of a “security-first” mindset. Businesses were nominated across four categories: Most Collaborative, Best Cloud Growth, Most Creative Use, and the prestigious System Integrator of the Year.
Dennis Reno, vice president of global customer success and technical support at OneLogin, stated that “each winner demonstrates the effectiveness of unified access management within a large enterprise and how it can drive better security”. The following winners impressed the jury not just by their platform implementation of OneLogin, but also according to Reno the level at which businesses were “transformed” to provide “a more collaborative, creative and productive environment for their employees”.
Most Collaborative Award
Presented to Tesco, the UK’s largest all-purpose retailer, this award recognises the organisation’s rapid cross-departmental implementation and deployment of Unified Access Management in partnership with OneLogin.
Award for Best Cloud Growth
The prize for Best Cloud Growth was awarded to Noon E-Commerce, the Middle East’s homegrown online marketplace, in recognition of the e-commerce site’s effective and efficient expansion following the execution of OneLogin’s services.
Most Creative Use Case Award
The award for most creative business-wide implementation went to an iconic British institution, Royal Mail, for their achievement of measurable success and innovation while using OneLogin.
Finally, the greatly coveted System Integrator of the Year Award
This impressive accolade was presented to Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) in recognition of their commitment to customer innovation, product revenue and growth, by championing OneLogin products and offering solutions for single sign-on (SSO), multi-factor authentication (MFA) and user provisioning.
Matt Hurley, vice president of channel and strategic alliances at OneLogin, was full of praise for TCS, noting the company’s support of OneLogin’s ethos “to help organisations achieve their security goals through easy and effective unified access management.”
Indranil Mukherjee, Head of Cyber Security Practice at Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), responded to the award stating: “this award further cements our relationship with OneLogin, and we’re delighted to be part of the company’s rapid growth. Working with the OneLogin helps us to offer customers a trusted and reliable solution from one of the leading security companies in the industry.”
The importance of secure application access and identity management was further emphasised by Hurley, stating: “in today’s ever-evolving threat landscape, the increased use of unsecured connections, unmanaged devices and questionable password practices is creating many challenges for enterprises”. This makes the allocation of these cybersecurity awards all the more poignant, as the award-winning companies have proven themselves to be above their competition through active adaptation of cybersecurity across rapidly changing hybrid enterprise.