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FireEye to show 'new face' of cyber-security at GITEX

Evolving threat landscape to get special billing from cyber-sec mainstay

Kafity: GITEX is essential for FireEye.
Kafity: GITEX is essential for FireEye.

FireEye, Inc., which specialises in stopping advanced cyberattacks, will be talking about the evolving threat landscape and adaptive defence strategies at GITEX Technology Week. There will also be six demonstrati0n stations networked to live products and solutions, recreating a real and recognisable environment.

Products and services encompassing cloud security, mobile security, managed security services, security monitoring/analytics, endpoint protection, anti-malware, and forensics and incident response will be showcased.

“GITEX Technology Week is on the list of essential events for FireEye, giving us the opportunity to showcase our technology and services to the public,” says Ray Kafity, vice oresident for the Middle East, Turkey and Africa at FireEye. “Being a part of GITEX gives us a platform to demonstrate how we can protect our customers from every attack vector as quickly as possible and offers a great opportunity to connect with customers, prospects and partners. The conference also allows our team to keep up-to-date with current developments in our industry and trends that will drive the security market in the future.”

During the first half of 2015, FireEye META has seen an exponential increase of the number of customers deploying FireEye advanced cyber threat solutions to protect their networks from cyber criminals and attacks. With threats now coming from multiple vectors such as the web, email, electronic file, mobile and others, the financial and higher education sectors across the region, as well as the government, are deploying FireEye’s threat prevention solutions to help fend off cyberattacks.