Network Box Wins Computerworld Hong Kong Award 2011, for Content Filtering / Anti-Spyware.

Managed Security Services Provider, Network Box, wins the Computerworld Hong Kong Award 2011, for Content Filtering / Anti-Spyware.


The Computerworld Hong Kong Awards 2011 ceremony, took place at the JW Marriott Hotel, on the evening of June 23rd 2011, in Hong Kong.


The Computerworld Hong Kong Awards 2011 are regarded as the premier Information Technology (IT) awards in Hong Kong, because they genuinely reflect the opinions and preferences of the local IT user community. Nominations were submitted by Computerworld Hong Kong’s readers, and the winner was chosen through a public vote.


“Network Box reinforces its world-class status. Over 40 international technology awards, clients around the world, including over 150 banks and credit unions in the US. Network Box has in the last 10 years risen to be a clear leader in the security space.”


“On the issue of content filtering – is where Network Box won its award this year – the spate of security hacks has raised attention levels on how to protect data. Content filtering is a growing area as companies want to secure the flow of data in and out from the organization”, said Chee-Sing Chan, Editor-in-chief of Computerworld Hong Kong.




Mr. Michael Gazeley, Managing Director of Network Box, proudly received the award at the awards ceremony hosted by Computerworld Hong Kong on June 23th.


“We are very proud to have received this highly prestigious award, and would like to thank both our customers, and Computerworld Hong Kong’s readers, for their votes and long-term support,” stated Gazeley, “This award is dedicated to the hard work and perseverance of Network Box’s programmers, developers, and engineers; who have been the real driving force behind our company’s continuous success for more than a decade,” added Gazeley.


The Network Box ‘S-Scan’ engine is a high speed web content filtering system, designed to help organizations block undesirable web content from reaching their users.


When combined with ‘Google Safe Browsing,’ there are sixteen categories of undesirable content, covering websites which might directly harm an organization’s computer systems (websites compromised by malware), as well as websites which include subject matter that may be criminal in nature (hacking sites), cause offence (sexually explicit or hate sites), or otherwise harm users (spyware or fraud).


The Network Box ‘S-Scan’ engine is not restricted to any one language or geography, and aims to cover websites hosted across the globe, wherever they might be located.


Apart from Content filtering technologies, Network Box’s Unified Threat Management also includes Firewall, VPN, IDP, Anti-Spam, Anti-Malware, Data Leakage Protection, Vulnerability Scanning, and Network Box’s award-winning real-time PUSH update technology, 24x7 monitoring, and expert remote management, which protect against both known and unknown cyber threats.



Presentation of Network Box's Managing Director, Mr. Michael Gazeley.