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x-RD has been shortlisted for the Australian Cyber Security Awards 2024.

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x-RD has been named as a finalist in the Australian Cyber Security Awards 2024 for Security Endpoint Provider of the Year

x-RD is pleased to announce we have been named as a finalist in the Australian Cyber Security Awards 2024.


The Australian Cyber Security Awards is the premier event to honour outstanding individuals and businesses making significant contributions to the cyber security industry, from defence, insurance, cloud services, and technology through to those working in STEM, consultancy and ransomware protection.


As a finalist for the Australian Cyber Security Awards, x-RD has been recognised as a go-to company for secure and sovereign leading edge solutions and services. The company focuses on automation and speed, leveraging the strengths of its systems and service delivery to solve complex security incidents. Every solution is purpose-built into x-RD’s service offerings, and every service offering is designed with a solution in mind.


“Regardless of the awards results, success for us is defined by the people we are helping and the positive impact we are having, rather than the profit we are making. Our team champions ingenuity, strives for quality and maintains integrity in everything we do.” Zoe Robertson, x-RD’s Marketing & Communications Manager added.


Liam Garman, Editor of Cyber Daily, said: “There’s never been a more important time to acknowledge those individuals and businesses who work tirelessly to keep Australians safe online. The data is clear, Australians are more at risk online than ever.”


“These awards are our opportunity to recognise the best and brightest in Australia’s cyber security industry, from in-house cyber professionals protecting Australia’s top businesses through to SMEs that are pushing the bounds of tech.

Contact details:

Zoe Robertson

Marketing & Communications Manager


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