Securing the Middle East

eTechSecurity has unveiled a raft of products and solutions that it hopes will ease the security concerns of many companies throughout the Middle East.

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By  Matthew Southwell Published  July 24, 2001

eTechSecurity has unveiled a raft of products and solutions that it hopes will ease the security concerns of many companies throughout the Middle East.

The bundle of solutions includes security policy creation and technology designed to protect an organisation’s e-mail, Internet access, Web site, anti-virus, confidential content, internal network, and PC usage. The company also provides implementation, training, and maintenance.

"Many organisations in the Middle East regard security as an afterthought, and this misconception can prove to be an expensive oversight given today’s preponderance of hacker attacks, e-mail viruses, and internal theft of corporate property and data. Or companies may think that because they have a firewall, all of their critical information is secure," stays Steve Crutchley, regional director, eTech Security.

“Both the public and private sectors are at risk to lose money and consumer confidence if their confidential information is not protected. The eTechSecurity bundle enables organisations of any size and from a diversity of industries to develop peace of mind through reasonable investment in the latest security technology,” he adds.

The company anticipates that financial services institutions; government ministries, especially those with an Internet presence; trading houses; and Internet storefronts will be among the first adopters.

“eTechSecurity is determined to instill two key messages in the Middle East market – enterprise security is a vital business need, and it’s an affordable investment, especially considering the potential consequences of being unprotected,” concluded Crutchley.

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