TalkTalk's network-level security solution HomeSafe has won another industry award.
The service was named as the winner in the Internet Safety and Security category at the Internet Service Providers Association (ISPA) Awards 2012.
Launched last year, HomeSafe allows parents to block websites containing adult and other inappropriate online content.
Since March, new TalkTalk subscribers have been given an active choice whether or not to adopt the security service.
Tristia Clarke, Commercial Director at the broadband provider, said the firm was "really proud" of the latest accolade at the ISPA Awards.
"The judging panel, which included technology journalists and senior industry representatives, was particularly impressed that we offer all our new customers an 'active choice' about whether they want to use parental controls or not," she stated.
"They also highlighted the work we have done on educating our customers about internet safety."
Ms Clarke explained that more than 430,000 TalkTalk customers have already activated HomeSafe, which is available free of charge to all subscribers.
"We are delighted to see it being recognised by other colleagues in the industry," she stated.