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Lynxspring's LYNX CyberPRO Honored with 2013 ControlTrends Achievement Award for Innovative Cyber Security Solution and Industry Leadership

NEW YORK, Feb. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Lynxspring's LYNX CyberPRO™, the first cyber-threat protection solution designed specifically to enhance the protection of commercial building automation and energy management systems, was recognized at the ControlTrends Awards with a ControlTrends Achievement Award.

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The ControlTrends Achievement Awards recognizes people, products, and companies that provide the building controls industry with swift and innovative market and product leadership, as well as solutions that are meeting the changing needs and imperatives facing the industry.

LYNX CyberPRO has been developed by Lynxspring, a recognized leader in open platform technology and edge-to-enterprise integration solutions for Building Automation, Energy Management and Equipment Control, in conjunction with Netop, a leader in secure remote software solutions used by half of the Fortune 100 companies to meet the increasing rise of cyber threats, network compromises and vulnerabilities directed at building and energy management systems and to further reinforce the cyber protection of these systems. Incorporating industry proven IT security technology and practices along with real-time building operating and control methods, LYNX CyberPRO hardens the corporate firewall by removing exposed devices and ports from the public Internet and creates additional layers of continuous protection and prevention for the devices and systems across a building network by securing, managing, controlling, tracking and monitoring account access and activities.

"Today cyber security protection and risk prevention for building automation systems is a necessity. Cyber security is no longer a technical challenge; it is a strategic business issue" said commented Marc Petock, Vice President, Marketing at Lynxspring. "We are delighted to be recognized by the ControlTrends Awards selection committee with this award as it further calls attention to the importance of cyber security related to building and energy management systems". 

About Lynxspring

Lynxspring is changing the way devices and systems communicate and collaborate across enterprises. Our technologies enable users to manage and operate their facilities and equipment smarter, safer, more efficiently, and at peak performance levels. Embracing an open, operational and informational framework platform, Lynxspring designs, manufactures and distributes JENEsys®, JENEsysONE™ and LYNX CyberPRO™ brand Internet based automation and cyber security technology and edge-to-enterprise solutions for Building Automation, Energy Management, Cyber Threat and Security Protection, Equipment Control and other Specialty applications. More information is available at www.lynxspring.com.

Media Contact: Marc Petock, Lynxspring, Inc., (877) 649-5969, [email protected]

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