Nexus GO is awarded the 2017 Detektor International Award
Identity and security company Nexus Group’s online portal Nexus GO has been recognized as one of the most innovative security solutions by the international security trade publication Detektor International. “Nexus GO finished in second place in tough, global competition. This yet again proves that security as a service is the future – and that we have managed to create a really great self-service portal,” says Lars Pettersson, CEO of Nexus.
Nexus GO is an online platform that makes advanced security solutions available as easy-to-use cloud services. The portal was launched in February 2017, and new cloud services for authentication, electronic signatures, identity management, IoT (internet of things) security and physical access control are launched continuously.
“Outstanding innovations” are awarded
“Obviously, it’s a pleasure and an honor that Nexus GO is recognized by an international security publication,” says Pettersson, who received the award at the 2017 Detektor International Award ceremony, in conjunction with the SECTECH exhibition in Stockholm, Sweden.
The Detektor International Award intends to reward and encourage research and development within the security technology field. The prize is a confirmation and a recognition of products that stand up to the criteria of outstanding innovations and contributions to the advancement of the security industry, according to Detektor International.
Easy and cost-effective to use
“Nexus GO is attracting new customers at a quickly increasing pace, and both customers and partners are giving us positive feedback. They say that it’s easy and cost-effective to use Nexus GO, and that the services are much faster and easier to implement the services than they dared to hope for,” says Pettersson.
The newest service in Nexus GO is PDF Signing, which enables all your users to make secure electronic signatures on PDF documents. The service costs 199 Euro per month and 1,5 Euro per signed document, regardless of the number of signatures.
Published 30/11 2017