ESET focuses on multi-layer security
ESET shows organisations how to tackle today's security challenges at GITEX
ESET will showcase solutions to assist SMBs and enterprises overcome cyber security modern challenges such as ransomware, targeted attacks & hacking, diversified landscape of devices, lack of network visibility, employee misbehaviour and lack of workforce, at GITEX Technology Week.
As a leading Business Endpoint Security Software vendor ESET has 30 years market experience in the European Union. With 1,600 employees and presence in more than 200 countries and territories around the globe, ESET currently protects more than 110 Million users via an enlarged portfolio of solutions which includes Endpoint Protection and Encryption, 2FA Authentication, DLP, EDR.
Dimitris Raekos, general manager at ESET Middle East said: "ESET is not focused on hype but more on R&D and on building solutions that work, our engineers will be offering hands on demos on our latest portfolio to GITEX visitors. However, GITEX is not only about showcasing products and services is a nice occasion to meet with existing partners, customers and business friends in a more relaxed and festive way!"
Raekos added that GITEX offers an amazing opportunity to communicate ESET's multi-layer technology advancements along with ways to respond to these challenges with the use of ESET products & services.
"Some of the solutions we will highlight is ESET Dynamic Threat Defense - our new Advanced Cloud Sandbox featuring advanced threat detection, including Machine Learning and all other ESET layers applied in a secure, isolated environment along with a preview of our new EDR solution that will be officially launched in Middle East towards the end of 2018 and offers exceptional network visibility," said Raekos.
All of these solutions are part of ESET Endpoint Protection 7 that will be initially launched this summer and managed by the single console, enterprise scalable ESET Security Management Center.