SECURITY software company Titania swept the board at the 2015 Computing Security Awards picking up no less than four category wins.

The company headquartered in Barbourne, Worcester, competed in seven categories and was took security company of the year while chief executive Ian Whiting, was runner up for personal contribution to it security, after having it won last year. Nipper Studio, Titania’s flagship product, was crowned network solution of the year and the company's Paws Studio was runner up for SME security solution of the year.

Mr Whiting said: "We were overwhelmed to see the support from the security community. The Computing Security Awards are well recognised in the industry and the title of network security solution of the year is incredible. The competition was very tight against some well-established names.”

Marketing Manager Ruth Inglis added: “Having some of the Titania staff on the stage was a nice nod to the team. Everyone is happy to get recognition for their hard work and it was great to celebrate this success together”.

This is the fourth consecutive yearTitania has won at the Computing Security ceremony, collecting more than 10 awards and mentions.