Cyberoam encourages proactive approach

Cyberoam is warning customers to adapt their security strategies in a bid to counter the changing threat landscape.

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Cyberoam encourages proactive approach Chib: GITEX is a vital sales platform.
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 17, 2010

Cyberoam is warning customers to adapt their security strategies in a bid to counter the changing threat landscape. The company, a division of Elitecorp Technologies, will be showcasing its entire security suite this week and advising end users how best to protect their information assets.

“The current threat landscape has shifted from nonspecific malware incidents to targeted attacks aimed at individuals, corporations and governments,” says Harish Chib, Senior Vice President of New Business Development at Cyberoam.

“These include data loss and data theft, blended threats, cloud and application-layer attacks and remote office security concerns. Cyberoam’s current range of security solutions to be exhibited at GITEX address the diverse nature of attacks today,” he adds.

Among the products to be displayed, Cyberoam will introduce Cyberoam Endpoint Data Protection, which prevents data leakage from endpoints through encryption and document control over removable devices such as USB drives, as well as applications like e-mail, Skype and printers.

Cyberoam will also unveil its latest firmware, which includes advanced features such as extensible security architecture (ESA), application layer 7 management, 3G/WWAN connectivity, security for HTTPS/SSL traffic and IPv6 support.

“Cyberoam has carved a niche for itself as a leader in the Middle East UTM market with its unique features that meet advanced customer aspirations,” says Chib. “GITEX 2010 will serve as a very eventful platform for us to create brand visibility among representatives of various businesses in the Middle East region.”

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