Irish Cybersecurity Company wins national cyber security award
Carlow / Irish private cloud company, Stryve has been honoured with an award at the Chambers Ireland In Business Recognition Awards 2021. The Stryve team has won Best Cyber Security and Compliance Company at an event held on Friday 25th February in the Clayton Hotel, Dublin 4.
The annual Chamber Awards, kindly sponsored by Zurich, seek to recognise the outstanding work of its Chamber network around the country. The ceremony was opened by Ian Talbot, CEO of Chambers Ireland and the MC for the afternoon was Vincent Wall, Business Journalist and Broadcaster.
The event was attended by Paul Delahunty, Chief Security Officer at Stryve, a leading security expert, with fellow Tipperary native, Andrew Tobin, CEO, all-star Kilkenny Hurler and Business Development Manager, Eoin Murphy and Andrew Cushen a Penetration Tester from the winning private cloud company.
Stryve has a niche in private cloud with data centres in Ireland, the UK and Poland and is well-positioned to realise its ambition of becoming Europe’s largest private cloud provider.
Its private cloud solutions offer several key benefits to its clients. Stryve designs bespoke, scalable solutions for each client. Real-time backup and a fast recovery time are additional benefits of Stryve’s technology. Crucially, should a problem occur, a client support employee is always available to resolve the problem day or night.
Paul Delahunty, CSO with Stryve explains,
“Most SMEs don’t have the skills needed to understand the cyber security and cloud needs for the business. They are looking to companies like us for advice. People want to know their data is safe. They do not want to waste resources sorting out a problem that could have been prevented.
One advantage for Stryve customers is that there is always a support person available at the end of the phone. Offering a personal service is a core value for our team and is reassuring for our clients.”