ComGuard helps companies to reinforce their network security

ComGuard is educating visitors about the myriad of internet and network security threats faced by corporations everyday. The company, which recently set up offices in Dubai Internet City (DIC) and Riyadh, offers a vendor-neutral IT security consulting and implementation services to local companies.

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By  Greg Wilson Published  October 6, 2002

ComGuard is educating visitors about the myriad of internet and network security threats faced by corporations everyday. The company, which recently set up offices in Dubai Internet City (DIC) and Riyadh, offers a vendor-neutral IT security consulting and implementation services to local companies.

“For Gitex 2002, ComGuard will be bringing out all of its top IT security staff to provide expert consultancy to visitors from across every regional industry sector, from government and energy to finance and telecommunications,” comments Herbert Kamensky, managing director, ComGuard.

During the course of the show, ComGuard will be touting its security evaluation tools, which enable users to assess their own level of security ‘preparedness.’

As part of the implementation process, ComGuard will custom-tailor a security infrastructure, including hardware, software and network components from a number of different vendors. The consultants will also be touting their training and support services.

“We offer professional guidance based on years of experience in the industry, and provide incredible value and immediate cost-savings to an organisation through our expert consultancy,” says Kamensky.
“It is always better to take preventative measures regarding security, than to be confronted later with the time-consuming and expensive task of recovering from a disaster of one kind or another,” adds Kamensky.

The show will also give ComGuard an opportunity to promote two partnerships — one with Qualys a managed vulnerability assessment vendor and NetScree Technologies, a developer of internet security systems, including firewalls and VPNs. Network reliability assessment is a core step in securing the corporate infrastructure. Network assessment highlights any security loopholes that could be exploited by intruders.

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