Linoma Software named Cybersecurity Leader of 2016 for Excellence-in-class in Secure File Transfer and Data Encryption

November 16, 2016

Linoma Software has been named by Cyber Defense Magazine as one of the Top 20 Cybersecurity Leaders of 2016 for innovations in the field of information security. The list was released last month during National Cybersecurity Awareness Month.

Bob Luebbe, CISSP, and President at Linoma, said he was honored that Linoma was included on the selective list of industry leaders. “We are continually working to deliver best-in-class security software and it’s a great honor for the quality of our solutions to be recognized alongside some of the top names in Cybersecurity.”

Linoma Software, a division of HelpSystems, is known for providing secure managed file transfer and encryption solutions to over 3,000 customers worldwide, including Fortune 500 companies, mid-sized enterprises and government entities. Linoma has also been named one of the nation’s Fastest-growing Private Companies four years in a row by Inc. Magazine and was chosen for a Cybersecurity Excellence Award in 2016.

This is Cyber Defense Magazine’s fourth year of honoring innovators. “The competition was fierce, after many months of review and judging by leading independent information security experts, Cyber Defense Magazine is pleased to have selected those on this list as the Top 20 most innovative and interesting to watch this year and into 2017,” said Stevin Miliefsky, president of the magazine.

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