The top brass of the technology industry once again gathered in central London to celebrate the best innovations and products from 2012 at this year's V3 Awards.
Wrestling off stiff competition, McAfee walked away with 2012's best business security provider award, with V3's readers being won over by the companies slew of new business and device management solutions.
On hand at the event, McAfee vice president Ross Allen eagerly told V3 how honoured the company was for the win, while also dropping a few interesting hints about what the future holds for the veteran security provider.
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