Censornet has today announced that it has been ranked third in the 18th annual Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100. The cloud security company has seen impressive growth across multiple sectors including manufacturing, technology and law, leading to a 210 percent increase in sales over the last three years. The list ranks Britain’s top 100 private tech, media and telecoms (TMT) companies with the fastest-growing sales over their latest three years.
Organisations of all sizes are facing constantly increasing cyber threats. Business is no longer conducted from a fixed point, but instead from anywhere at any time, expanding the boundaries of a company and making it harder to protect employees from threats such as phishing and malware. Censornet’s Unified Security Solution (USS) provides a single solution to multiple security issues faced by businesses, without complexity. Censornet democratises security, providing highly scalable technology that sufficiently addresses the threats faced by organisations across the board.
The accolade positions the cloud security company as one of the fastest growing businesses in the UK at the moment and is recognition of its continued dedication to scaling the business through product development, customer retention and acquisition, and geographical expansion. Previous companies ranked in the list include Funding Circle, Darktrace, TransferWise and UKCloud.
“Cyber security is one of the most pressing issues facing organisations today and our growth is testament to the increasing awareness of businesses of all sizes,” said Ed Macnair, CEO, Censornet. “To be positioned in these rankings amongst some of the most successful businesses in the country is an achievement I am hugely proud of. As we continue to grow, with expansion in North America and Asia PAC, we will continue in our impressive trajectory of growth and hope to be regarded as one of the strongest organisations in the country for many years to come.”
The Tech Track 100 is sponsored by Hiscox, Barclays, BDO, BGF and N+1 Singer, and compiled by Fast Track, the Oxford-based research and networking events firm. An awards dinner will be held on Tuesday 6 November in London to celebrate all 100 companies placed in this year’s ranking. This year’s Tech Track 100 companies achieved average sales growth over three years of 101 percent a year to a combined total of £3.3bn. They employ 19,300 staff, having added 14,000 employees to their combined workforce over the period.