ESET to highlight benefits of layered security at GITEX
ESET will launch multiple solutions for IT security, particularly in the area of threat response and prediction
With cyber-attacks rising every day, ESET is aiming to use GITEX Technology Week as a way to educate attendees on real and effective technologies.
During the week, ESET will launch multiple solutions for IT security, particularly in the area of threat response and prediction. Furthermore, the security solution provider will unveil its ESET Threat Intelligence service for its enterprise customers, which aims to close the gap between cybersecurity information and security engineers.
Also, ESET will preview its ESET hosted Cloud Administrator for SMB customers which will be available towards the end of the year.
Dimitris Raekos, general manager, ESET Middle East, said: "We believe GITEX this year will focus much on security because the latest ransomware threats created lots of problems to certain organisations.
"Our goal is to communicate the benefits of our layered approach on security and how our new solutions will predict, prevent, detect and respond via continuous monitoring and analysis. Our stand visitors will have the chance to attend short educational presentations on security threats but also on data protection as regulatory compliance is becoming an important issue too for the most of the industries.
"GITEX is not only about showcasing products but also an opportunity to meet potential customers and meet with old friends and customers from all over Middle East," Raekos concluded.