Company Awarded Top Honors for Mobile Application Security, BYOD and Government Solution
Inkscreen, experts in secure content capture for government and enterprise customers, today announced that the company’s CAPTOR™ business camera and document scanning app has earned awards for three categories in the 2021 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards. Inkscreen’s CAPTOR won Gold Awards for Best Mobile Application Security and Best Government Industry Solution, and a Silver Award for Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Solution. The Cybersecurity Excellence Awards recognize ground-breaking companies, leaders and products that demonstrate innovation and leadership in the information security community.
“We are thrilled to be recognized by the Cybersecurity Excellence Awards as an innovator in enterprise mobile applications, and for our efforts to help government users work securely,” said Josh Bohls, Inkscreen Founder. “Driven by the shift to remote work, the mobile device has become an integral tool and resource for employees to capture and manage content. Inkscreen is committed to helping companies secure their company’s sensitive data, meet critical compliance requirements and protect against insider threats, all while supporting an employee’s productivity and right to privacy on their mobile devices.”
CAPTOR is the industry’s leading secure content capture solution, combining the functionality of a camera, document scanner, video recorder, audio recorder, QR Code reader, and annotator in a single managed app. In 2020, Inkscreen introduced CAPTOR™ Compliance to address the regulatory liabilities posed by the increasing use of personal mobile devices for business use. CAPTOR Compliance offers the industry’s first insider threat logging and data loss prevention alert system, helping customers demonstrate best practices in mobile data compliance with regulations such as GDPR, HIPAA, and CCPA.
Mobile Devices in Government
In addition to the private sector, government employees also increasingly use their mobile device for both work and personal tasks (especially as many now work remotely), creating a huge security risk. CAPTOR helps keep government data and images secure and is deployed in a wide range of government environments worldwide. Law enforcement at the state, local, and federal level use CAPTOR to capture evidence and document scenes. Tax auditors use CAPTOR to scan documents and take photos for case files, and compliance managers use CAPTOR to audit banks and credit unions. As new federal cybersecurity directives continue to evolve, it will become even more important to secure the data and images captured by all government employees.
“We congratulate Inkscreen for its recognition as a multiple Gold award winner in the 2021 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards,” said Holger Schulze, CEO of Cybersecurity Insiders and founder of the 500,000-member Information Security Community on LinkedIn, which organized the 6th annual Cybersecurity Excellence Awards. “With over 600 entries, the 2021 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards program was highly competitive and all winners reflect the very best in innovation and excellence in tackling today’s urgent cybersecurity challenges.”