The 5th Annual Awards Program Recognizes the Best of Maryland’s Cybersecurity Industry and Celebrates the Resiliency of the Cybersecurity Industry
BETHESDA, Md. – Sept. 23, 2021 – The Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, Inc. (CAMI), Maryland’s only nonprofit organization dedicated to bolstering the growth of the state’s cybersecurity industry, named Quantum Xchange Best of Montgomery County in the 2021 MD Cybersecurity Awards. These competitive awards recognize leading-edge cybersecurity product and services companies headquartered in Maryland for their innovations and contributions to the state’s cybersecurity ecosystem.
This marks Quantum Xchange’s third-consecutive CAMI award win, having been named the 2020 Company to Watch and 2019 Innovator of the Year. Despite a global pandemic, Quantum Xchange continues to innovate on its groundbreaking, out-of-band key distribution system, Phio Trusted Xchange (TX). The company introduced two new products in late 2020 early 2021 with the launch of Phio TX-C, a cloud version of its Phio TX security appliance and Phio TX-D, an edge device or quantum-safe VPN that enables organizations of any size or scope to kick-start their quantum readiness journey then scale their protection levels as the threat landscape evolves and business requirements change.
In total, 84 nominations were considered across seven categories for the 2021 MD Cybersecurity Awards. Entries were evaluated by 12 independent judges whose roles range from Vice Presidents to Founders.
“We are pleased to name Quantum Xchange as a winner in the 2021 MD Cybersecurity Awards,” said Gregg Smith, Board Chairman of CAMI; CEO of Attila Security. “The winners comprise an elite group of cybersecurity leaders in the State of Maryland and have contributed immensely to Maryland’s growth as a national cybersecurity powerhouse.”
About Quantum Xchange
Quantum Xchange gives commercial enterprises and government agencies the ultimate solution for protecting data in motion today and in the quantum future. Its award-winning out-of-band symmetric key distribution system, Phio Trusted Xchange (TX), is uniquely capable of making existing encryption environments quantum safe and supports both post-quantum crypto (PQC) and Quantum Key Distribution (QKD). Only by decoupling key generation and delivery from data transmissions can organizations achieve true crypto agility and quantum readiness with no interruptions to underlying infrastructure or business operations. To learn more about future-proofing your data from whatever threat awaits, visit QuantumXC.com or follow us on Twitter @Quantum_Xchange #BeQuantumSafe.
The Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, Inc. (CAMI) is a statewide, 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization established in 2015. CAMI is Maryland’s only organization solely dedicated to the growth of Maryland’s cybersecurity industry. The organization strives to help members form connections with each other, industry resources and potential private and public sector buyers. Additionally, CAMI provides free cybersecurity incident response advice to Maryland businesses with its Cyber SWAT Team, composed of select organization members.