InfoWatch Group will certainly be a main partner of the Gulf Information Security and security Expo & Conference (GISEC) to be hung on May 21-23, 2017, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. At GISEC, the company is going to share its vision of InfoWatch solution promotion in the Middle East, including the opening of full-service representative workplaces in Dubai with various other cities to follow.
As part of the plenary session, Natalya Kaspersky, President of InfoWatch Group, will certainly join the Government Panel Conversation; Redefining governments Duty in Cyber Safety: What's NEXT for More intelligent and Safer Cities; along with Brigadier Khalid Al Razooqi, Director General, Smart Services, Dubai Authorities (UAE); Faisal Al Bannai, Chief Executive Officer & Founder, DarkMatter (UAE); and John Bumgarner, Study Director (CTO), United States Consequences Unit (UNITED STATE).
" On a daily basis, organizations throughout the world need to handle threats related to cybersecurity threats," stated Natalya Kaspersky, President of InfoWatch Group. "Today, the Middle Eastern market sees ever-increasing extent and variety of cyber risks in both public and industrial sectors. This is why InfoWatch Group is right here to provide end-to- end remedies to prevent data leakages and secure enterprises versus internal threats and targeted attacks, and will certainly enjoy to share its information security competence withorganizations of the Middle East and various other regions at GISEC 2017."
On top of that, as part of the seminar's business agenda, Natalya Kaspersky will hold the round table; Government, Business and Society Face the Truth of the Contemporary Digital World. Opportunities, Risks, Contradictions;. The event's exposition will include the latest version of InfoWatch Website traffic Monitor, the company's front runner product for information leak prevention and venture protection against inner cybersecurity hazards and added investigations module InfoWatch Vision. Extremely, InfoWatch is every year included in Gartner,s Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Information Loss Avoidance and for the second year straight is recognized as the leading Russian DLP vendor in the global market.
Additionally, GISEC individuals and visitors will have a possibility to see the company's new item for the global market, InfoWatch Person Display, and will certainly be the very first to invite globally launched InfoWatch Assault Killer for worldwide market, a cyber safety and security suite for online banking, ecommerce, egovernment websites, online stores, partnership systems, and other internet resources.
InfoWatch Group is a Russian vendor of end-to- end enterprise cybersecurity services that efficiently protect companies versus one of the most pressing inner and external threats.
Since 2011, InfoWatch has been working globally, with the company's products being additionally readily offered in Western Europe, the Middle East, India and Southeast Asia.
Currently, its customers include Central Bank of Bahrain, First Energy Bank of Bahrain, Venture Capital Bank, Kuwait Finance House, Prime Minister Court of Bahrain, Petrochem (UAE), Gateway Rail (India), Bank Persatuan (Malaysia), KSB Group (Indonesia), Ministry of Education of Greece, and others.
The Gulf Information Security Expo & Conference (GISEC) is the Gulf's largest enterprise cybersecurity event held every year in Dubai, UAE, and aimed to sustain international cybersecurity dialogue, with key market demands and innovative remedies to be reviewed as well.
GISEC brings together over 6,000 professionals from various nations, with a speaker list including leading industry experts and execs from business and public markets. The event's target audience is leading supervisors, IT and enterprise safety professionals from oil and gas, banking, financing, legal, telecommunications, and public fields.
This year's plenary session will cover Internet of Points abilities and dangers, safety and security of mobile phones and telecommunications systems, modern approaches to info safety management, and Big Information use to stop cybersecurity risks.