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CensorNet to Present to AGC Investors "Complete Cloud Security"

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Cloud Security Company Invited to Speak at America's Growth Capital 12th Annual Information Security Conference in San Francisco

BASINGSTOKE, UNITED KINGDOM and SAUSALITO, CA--(Marketwired - Feb 24, 2016) -  CensorNet, the complete cloud security company, protecting over 4000 customers with more than 1.3 million users in 47 countries, has been invited to present at the first day of America's Growth Capital (AGC) 12th annual West Coast Information Security and Technology Growth Conference at 9:45 AM on Monday, February 29, 2016. During the presentation entitled, "Complete Cloud Security", CensorNet Chief Executive Officer, Ed Macnair, will discuss the need for a unified approach to cloud security.

CensorNet helps organizations meet the challenge of benefiting from all the advantages of cloud applications while minimizing security risks by giving them greater visibility and control over internet access and the use of cloud applications across all devices, regardless of whether users are in-office or mobile. The company recently acquired SMS PASSCODE, a multi-factor authentication vendor, to integrate SMS PASSCODE's adaptive multi-factor authentication technology into its cloud-based Unified Security Solution, which brings together email and web security with Cloud Application Control.

"With the growth of cloud applications use and an increasingly mobile workforce using multiple devices, CIOs are under immense pressure to encourage productivity and protect sensitive data at the same time. Enterprises need visibility of the complete, bigger security picture. Our unified security platform combines email, web and cloud application control, and soon to include integrated adaptive multifactor authentication, will give enterprises complete control and visibility over its security environment through one single pane of glass", said Ed Macnair, CEO of CensorNet.

The AGC Conference comprises keynotes, panel sessions and private and public company presentations. It is hosted by America's Growth Capital (AGC), a full-service, partner-owned boutique investment bank with offices in Silicon Valley, Boston and Israel, which provides private capital, mergers and acquisitions and capital market advisory services. The conference annually attracts more than 1,600 attendees, including entrepreneurs, investors and buyers.

Ed Macnair was formerly CEO of Marshal, a UK web and email security company acquired through a management buyout from NetiQ. In November 2008 he merged Marshal with US-based 8e6 Technologies to create M86 Security (now Trustwave). He founded SaaSID, a UK application security provider in 2011 which was subsequently acquired by Intermedia Inc. in September 2013. Macnair acquired CensorNet in October 2014 with three other industry-leading experts to accelerate the development of web security solutions that bridge the gap between traditional web security and cloud application control solutions. The company acquired SMS PASSCODE, a multi-factor authentication vendor in February 2016.

If you would like to meet Ed Macnair, CEO of CensorNet, at the AGC conference or during the RSA conference, please contact: Ed Macnair at ed.macnair@censornet.com.

About CensorNet

CensorNet, the complete cloud security company, helps organization s step up to the challenge of managing the rise of cloud applications in an increasingly mobile work environment. Its solutions give greater visibility to senior management and much better control to IT in the supervision of company-wide internet access and the use of cloud applications across all devices, regardless of whether users are in-office or mobile. It gives organizations the power to address the security, audit, compliance and productivity issues associated with the growing use of cloud applications and mobile devices in today's digital workplace. CensorNet's cloud security solutions also enable organization s to control Shadow IT and safely implement BYOD initiatives. The company is headquartered in Basingstoke, UK. For more information, please visit www.censornet.com