Paladion to display cyber security solutions for finance sector at QCB event
The Qatar's Central Bank Information Security conference takes place on 1 November at Sheraton Doha.
Cyber Security management provider Paladion has announced its participation at Qatar's Central Bank's 3rd Annual Information Security conference for the financial sector.
The company will showcase its CyberActive security management framework using machine learning, big data platform and artificial intelligence to assist clients in faster detection, prevention and mitigation of unknown cyber-attacks.
Amit Roy, executive vice president and regional head for EMEA at Paladion, said: "Cyber criminals never use known malware or hacking techniques to penetrate a company' defense and never utilise automated cracker technologies to do the job. Hence, we have created the CyberActive model into our solutions, which binds security talent that thinks like cyber attackers with a proprietary platform, which is built to enhance and support the analysts' capabilities.
"Our CyberActive model uses anticipatory threat intelligence from Paladion's global network of virtually connected security operations centers to help you prevent attacks and achieve better cyber resiliency."
Paladion aims to build relationships with industry stakeholders to promote and encourage innovation in the cyber security field, as well as raise awareness and educate users. The company will also discuss why organisations must build cybersecurity into their digital solutions as a foundational element, rather than trying to 'bolt it on' as an afterthought.
The QCB Information Security conference takes place on 1 November at Sheraton Doha.