There is a hidden gem in the activity of this yours truly behind Segonquart Studio.

As you know , dedication and care of your clients and projects deserves a bit more than looking at the final results, but to scrap them from behind.

The web is not that safe place you and me were stumbling in the past anymore. And competence is hard.

From its inception, my work at Segonquart Studio has delivered and gived on an aspect that in scientific methodology is always present:Security.

Data collection and hypothesis generation from a set of data and evidence, to provide and better anticipate the needs of people and companies that rely on our good work.

Data, traffic analysis, external threads that can compromise your own project, or either your's client professional activity. It does not mind if she or he works in art, in design, or as a company. It has to be covered. Security has not to be your concern but an asset delivered transparently.

For this knowledge , Holger Schulze, kindly invited me this year, to be part of the jury and be too a nominator of the 2016 Cybersecurity Excellence Award.

The 2016 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards honuor individuals and companies that demonstrate excellence, innovation and leadership in information security. 
Based on the content of their nomination and the popular vote by the Information Security Community (both ratings and comments), they are announcing the following winners and finalists for the 2016 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards in the category Cybersecurity Professional.
We all, are members and take part in an active manner of the Information Security Community,
that's running in the social network Linkedin.  We all meet there talk there, and see what worries and makes safe to your, dear audience, the mission and values you spread in the web.

If I was an Architect by training, I would say this aspect of security is inherit to the work. No architect signs a building that may fall apart.

Not being myself but nearly, and thinking as a simple afficionado this aspect is inherit to the principles of design and the excellence of an innovative project.

It's 2016. Congratulations to the nominees and winners.

  Car makers are not putting good efforts to make the system more secure, and that's a very bad thing.
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