Remy de Tonnac
Remy is being recognised for leading INSIDE Secure through a strategic business transformation INSIDE Secure, a leader in embedded security solutions for mobile and connected devices announced recently that the company CEO, Remy de Tonnac, has been named a finalist for Executive/CEO of the Year in the 6th Annual 2014 Golden Bridge Awards. Remy is being recognised for leading INSIDE Secure through a strategic business transformation. As a result, the company grew successfully from a niche semi-conductor provider to a mobile solutions company with a full spectrum of product offerings. This consists of hardware, firmware, middleware, software and intellectual property solutions that work together, enabling customers to secure everything from mobile devices and transactions to payment, access and the Internet of Things. Organisations from all over the world were eligible to submit nominations including public and private, for-profit and non-profit, large, small and start-up companies. Winners will be honoured in San Francisco on Monday, September 8, 2014 during the 6th annual awards dinner and presentations. “It is a great honour to be named a finalist for CEO of the Year in the Golden Bridge Awards 2014,” said INSIDE Secure CEO, Remy de Tonnac. “It is important to say that this selection has only been made possible due to the support of the entire INSIDE Secure team. Well-deserved congratulations are also due for their efforts in advancing INSIDE Secure’s positioning to be at the core of a fundamental evolution of our environment in the age of mobile computing and the emergence of the Internet of Things. This new positioning has allowed us to achieve strong growth in 2013 and to prepare a vibrant future for the company.” Under Remy de Tonnac’s leadership, INSIDE Secure made a highly strategic change in its market positioning to ensure the company’s continuing success and meet evolving customer needs within the embedded security market. Looking ahead to 2014 and beyond, the company will further pursue its repositioning strategy, seizing on the opportunities arising in fast-moving sectors like Digital Rights Management (DRM) and mobile payment security. Also, the company will continue to leverage its security IP, technology and expertise and pursue the strategic monetisation of its NFC technology and patent portfolio, as illustrated by the company’s completion of a USD 19.2M IP deal with industry giant Intel earlier this year. “We're pleased to see Remy de Tonnac make the finalist list for this award and applaud his successes in helping leading companies secure a variety of devices and payments critical to a secure economy,” said Rake Narang, co-president, Golden Bridge Awards.