LifeLock, the leader in identity theft protection, has won a Stevie for Best New Product or Service of the Year at The 2010 American Business Awards, for their Identity Alert system. The awards were held at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York City. Cheryl Casone of Fox Business Network hosted the ceremonies, and the awards were broadcaster nationwide on the Business TalkRadio Network.
This is LifeLocks fourth Stevie award won in a row. Mike Prusinski, LifeLock Senior Vice President of Corporate Communications accepted the award and said, “On behalf of the 450 employees and the 1.7 million members we have, thank you for this.” Stevie awards are presented in 40 different categories which included Best Overall Company of the Year, Executive of the Year, and Corporate Social Responsibility Program of the Year. There were more than 2,700 different companies and organizations, from just about every industry, considered for an award.
Todd Davis, LifeLock Chairman and CEO had this to say about winning an award, “This award exemplifies how LifeLock has become a leader in the identity theft protection field and further proves to consumers that LifeLock always has the consumer’s best interest in mind.”
It’s good to see LifeLock’s new Identity Alert system get noticed for how ground breaking it really is. LifeLock has totally revamped their Alert system and it’s better than ever. There were over 200 executives across the country participating in the judging and it seems as if they have taken notice of the advancements LifeLock has made to their service.