Intrepidus Group Wins GTRA "Best Of" 2008 Tech Award
New York — Jan. 27
Intrepidus Group, a provider of information security services, announced it has been recognized with a 2008 government technology "Best Of" award from the Government Technology Research Alliance (GTRA) in the Best Boardroom Meeting category.
The "Best Of" awards were selected by senior government executives at GTRA's annual council meeting, who voted on speaking demonstrations, presentations and government technology solutions.
Intrepidus' CEO, Rohyt Belani, facilitated a series of executive boardroom meetings with groups of government technology executives to present "Spear Phishing: Train your Workforce to Dodge the Hook," which was voted Best Boardroom Meeting. GTRA will be including the award winners in a beta group established for supporting the new technology initiatives being brought forth by the Obama administration.
"It is an honor to be recognized by GTRA as a 'Best Of' award winner,” Belani said. "As user awareness training is becoming more vital to maintaining the security posture of organizations, both government and corporate enterprises are looking for non-intrusive and cost-effective solutions that produce rapid results in changing their employees' behavior. This new distinction further underscores the value of awareness training in the protection of every enterprise."