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    Forbes Cybersecurity Awards 2020

     

    The end of the year in cybersecurity reflected the whole world by concluding in misfortune: With around 10,000 people dying daily from Covid-19, a highly complicated electronic intelligence campaign targeted U.S. government agencies and crucial private industry.

    But some companies were still working tirelessly to make the online world a safer place. Find out which companies were acknowledged at Forbes Cybersecurity Awards 2020 here.

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