Core BTS today announced it has been named a finalist for the Microsoft Security 20/20 Microsoft 365 Security Deployment Partner of the Year award. The company was honored among a global field of industry leaders for demonstrating excellence in innovation, integration, and customer implementation with Microsoft technology.
“This nomination validates our expertise in delivering robust security solutions for our clients,” said Tony Guidi, SVP of Strategic Partnerships at Core BTS. “We are proud to be recognized for our security expertise and knowledge of the Microsoft platform and look forward to celebrating with our fellow nominees.”
At the second annual Microsoft Security 20/20 awards to be held May 12, 2021, finalists in 18 categories spanning security, compliance, and identity will be celebrated. Core BTS has been nominated as a finalist for Microsoft 365 Security Deployment Partner of the Year.
“The pandemic has forever changed our perspective on the world, the role of technology, and how we work, learn, and live,” said Rani Lofstrom, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Microsoft Global Security Partnerships.
“In recognition of our new reality, the theme for the Microsoft Security 20/20 Awards this year is ‘Perspective—Through the Looking Glass.’ The awards ceremony this year will honor our security partners who have gone above and beyond during an unprecedented time of change to support, secure, and protect remote workers everywhere.”
The Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA) was established to help further the security ecosystem, fostering an environment where solution providers can collaborate to create a future that’s safer for people and organizations alike.
This year, the industry veterans in MISA will vote to select the winners of the Microsoft Security 20/20 awards, providing an opportunity for colleagues to honor their peers for delivering exceptional work to our shared customers.
Interested in learning more about Core BTS’ security capabilities? Attend our upcoming webinar series to learn about common cybersecurity misconceptions and ways to overcome them. The series kicks off on Thursday, April 22.
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