Centrify unveils ID services
To demonstrate how organisations can stop the breach with Centrify's identity services
Centrify is showcasing its identity services platform at GITEX. The company is leveraging the show to meet with customers and channel partners and demonstrate how organisations can stop the breach with Centrify's identity services.
"The threat landscape is changing rapidly with a frightening sophistication and pace of data breaches. Compromised credentials are a leading cause of these security breaches. According to Verizon's 2017 Data Breach Investigation Report (DBIR), 81% of hacking-related breaches leveraged either stolen and/or weak passwords, which was up from 63% in the previous year. This alarming trend clearly shows that today's security isn't working. Centrify's mandate is to ensure that the breach stops here by providing a single platform to secure each user's access to apps and infrastructure in today's boundary-less hybrid enterprise," says Kamel Heus, regional sales manager MEA, Centrify.
"GITEX, being the most important event for the region's IT industry, is a perfect opportunity to meet face to face with security practitioners looking to manage their organisation's security based on identity. Our aim is to promote our award-winning identity services platform, meet with our clients and channel partners, discuss the evolving threat landscape and new security trends, and raise awareness about the importance of securing identities to reduce the risks of data breaches," Heus adds.
The company's core competence is helping organisations manage security based on Identity. Heus says: "We plan to increase the awareness of our brand and products through presentations and product demonstrations at GITEX. Our experts are available to meet customers and partners and share how Centrify has helped many prestigious organisations globally as well as in the region to modernise their approach to business, adopt new models and take fascinating initiatives with the peace of mind that their identities and critical data are secure".