Information Sustainability business co-founder has been included in the shortlist of finalists for the prestigious MBA Entrepreneur of the Year 2021 award.
Ramil Khantimirov, the co-founder of StormWall has presented his Information Sustainability project for the MBA Entrepreneur of the Year 2021 award and was included in the shortlist of finalists. StormWall provides cybersecurity-as-a-service and introduces a concept of Information Sustainability: an idea that present-day society is dependent on the uninterrupted availability of information.
The Internet became an integral part of our lives. Our access to bank accounts, navigation systems, traffic control systems, and more all rely on the global web. But the luxury of uninterrupted access that we’re accustomed to is at risk.
Today, DDoS attacks are the main stopping factor for the global development of the Internet infrastructure. 4.83 million DDoS attacks took place in the first half of 2020 alone, and their duration and strength keep on growing. Ramil co-founded StormWall to ensure the sustainability of the modern information-driven society by developing innovative DDoS protection solutions. StormWall is also actively involved in providing education about the importance of Information Sustainability and implementing grants for DDoS protection to ISPs in undeveloped African countries.
Established in 1967, AMBA accredits MBA, DBA, and Master’s degree programs for the top 2% of business schools in over 75 countries. The MBA Entrepreneur of the Year award is among the most notable business awards in the industry,initiated to promote the importance of entrepreneurship in the global market. Every year, AMBA selects the most innovative and impactful companies from over 260 leading Business Schools worldwide to compete for the award.
“I feel extremely privileged to be selected for such an esteemed award. Knowing that the judges evaluated my Information Sustainability project so highly is very encouraging. It goes a long way to show that our mission is recognized and we’re on the right track.” says Ramil.
The other finalists are:
- Daniel Burns, TUM School of Management, Technische Universität München (Germany) for Testifi;
- Daniel George, Cranfield School of Management, Cranfield University (UK) for StepEx;
- Francisco Santolo, Universidad del CEMA (Argentina) for Scalabl;
- Oluwatobi Ajayi, Lagos Business School, Pan-Atlantic University (Nigeria) for Nord Automobiles;
- Sarah Martin, Kent Business School, University of Kent (UK), for Nourish Zero Waste.
AMBA will announce the winner of the Entrepreneur of the Year award on January 29, 2021.