Scouting the halls of #Trustech2016 this week we couldn’t help but notice the sparse, barren area where you might expect a big shiny Gemalto stand to be.

Whether it was a logistics screw up or a strategic decision to go basic we don’t know, but the scene got us wondering.

In a world where senior decision makers choose the internet over the trade show when they’re researching their next big business partner, are the companies hell bent on getting noticed at Trustech similarly keen to get found online?

To answer this question we locked up our tech team in a dark room and told them to devise a really helpful formula that made ranking websites in the security and identity industry simple.

We didn’t want one of these tacky ranking tools like Alexa, Woorank or SimilarWeb: These guys are OK for the biggest consumer brands, but they’re never going to tell you how your web site really compares with the peer-based competition that matters to you. Much better to take the best analytics tools in the world (the ones we trust and use every day) and point them at every software solutions, services & applications businesses exhibiting at Trustech this week.

Introducing the 100 best websites in Security & ID (the Trustech 2016 edition)

How it works:

  • All of the software solutions, services & applications businesses exhibiting at Trustech this week are in the list below
  • Our ranking criteria crunches data for each site using the web industry’s most reliable indicators (Like Moz and Semrush rankings, link authority and pages indexed by Google)
  • The result is the 100 best performing websites in Security & ID (the Trustech 2016 edition)

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