ISIT displays its security solutions

Storage and security specialists ISIT have revealed that it has been another bumper year for them, thanks to their networking efforts at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK.

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ISIT displays its security solutions Mahesh Vaidya is showcasing three solutions in the security space.
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 11, 2011

Storage and security specialists ISIT have revealed that it has been another bumper year for them, thanks to their networking efforts at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK. In its fourth year of Middle East operation, the company has once again reported growth of 100%, year-on-year.

This year at GITEX, chief executive officer Mahesh Vaidya is showcasing three solutions that deal with three prominent problems in the security space.

“First, people are trying to implement internal clouds, especially the large enterprises; they are still reluctant to move into the public cloud but they are looking at implementing internal clouds. We have an end-to-end provisioning solution, which can provision virtual machines, servers, network storage all from one interface so you don’t have to have multiple people doing the provisioning. IT then becomes more like a utility, once this is implemented,” he states.

Another solution deals with working in a virtual environment;  in this instance, traditional firewalls have little effect when virtual machines move between different security zones. ISIT has developed solutions specific to this instance that can accompany the mobile virtual machines and protect then.

The third solution, says Vaidya, is intended to beef up security in electronic banking:  “People are looking internet and mobile banking; we can offer multifactor authentication which is quite unique compared to the token based authentication. We integrate a telephone based authentication system; it’s not SMS, which is also not reliable.”

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