Salec Egypt hosts F5 Networks event

Conference focused on latest network security threats and solutions

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Salec Egypt hosts F5 Networks event The conference was held to highlight threats to network security, and the solutions to counter them.
By  Mark Sutton Published  March 13, 2012

Salec Egypt, the only silver partner for F5 Networks in Egypt, recently held a conference to discuss emerging data centre and security trends for its customers in the country.

The turnkey networking solutions provider hosted a number of experts from the banking, energy and ICT sectors, as well as the government and private sector, to discuss issues such as network protection, network disruptions at major service providers and enterprises, and security threats such as DDOS attacks.

The event also looked at solutions such as unified access control, internet data centre firewalls and DNS server security, that can help mitigate security threats.

Mahmoud Soliman, president and CEO of Salec Egypt said: "Companies in the Middle East are currently facing a great deal of risk from hackers that aim to steal clients' personal information from major corporations and from those working in the business sector, which negatively affects their reputation and productivity.

"We aim through this conference to shed light on the latest network protection trends for data centres and the network infrastructure of those major corporations which face new challenges in protecting their sensitive data. We try to respond to the constantly changing technology that comes as a threat on a daily basis, these threats forces major corporations to adopt and embrace new security solutions in order to remain competitive and enhance the quality of their businesses," he added.

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