Trend Micro to raise virus awareness at Gitex 2004
Decision-makers from small-to-medium-sized businesses and enterprise organisations to assess the reliability, performance and strength of Trend Micro solutions.
Trend Micro says it will focus on raising awareness about the importance of virus protection at Gitex 2004. The vendor made the announcement in response to the proliferation of computer viruses penetrating businesses around the Middle East.
Trend Micro will be exhibiting with Websense, the provider of Employee Internet Management (EIM) solutions, and RSA Security, a company that helps organisations protect private information and manage the identities of people to provide visitors with a corporate security offering at the show.
"Trend Micro’s participation at Gitex with our alliance vendors provides us with the opportunity to demonstrate exactly how our technology can be integrated with solutions from Websense and RSA Security to provide end-to-end protection,” says Justin Doo, managing director, Trend Micro Middle East and Africa.
“Visitors to our exhibition space will be able to test a live e-security solution, as well as get the most up-to-date information on new product lines available for the protection of small-to-medium sized businesses.”
The Trend Micro SMB range is an advanced portfolio of integrated antivirus and anti-spam products designed with SMB organisations in mind.
The Trend Micro SMB solutions offer comprehensive protection at every level, from the server to individual workstations, examining data before it reaches the network.
The company, which is taking part in the region’s leading IT trade fair for the fifth time, is also targeting decision-makers from the Middle East’s leading government and private sector organisations, including oil and gas, finance and telecommunications.
As well as running live demonstrations of its entire product range including solutions aimed at the enterprise market, the company will have senior managers from its regional operations to discuss specific customer security issues.