Infoblox will host cybersecurity roadshow across MEA region
The roadshow will kick off on February 24th, 2020 in Amman, Jordan and will conclude in Kuwait City on the 11th of March.
Infoblox announced that it is hosting a 5-city cybersecurity tour throughout Middle East & Africa (MEA) under the theme ‘Take Network Security to the Next Level’.
Ashraf Sheet, Regional Director MEA at Infoblox says, “Today’s enterprise is truly borderless. The network perimeter is dissolving with digital transformations like SD-WAN, IoT, and hybrid cloud, complicating traditional security approaches. Remote branches are directly connecting to the internet, losing the protection of the full security stack deployed in the data centre.”
“Securing these evolving IT architectures adds to the burden on short-staffed security teams who are already dealing with an overwhelming number of alerts and rigid siloed security tools. What’s needed is a foundational approach that is simple yet pervasive, cost-effective yet powerful and boosts the efficiency of security operations through automation.”
At the 2020 road tour, Infoblox and its strategic partners will help regional organizations understand how to unleash the full power of their security stack, improve incident response times through extensive integrations and extend protection to support their digital transformations.
Infoblox experts will discuss how organizations are addressing core networking challenges in security and next-gen data centres and eliminating weaknesses within the core infrastructure. Event attendees will get an opportunity to participate in interactive sessions, see live demos and be inspired by industry leaders and real-world stories from organizations who will share how they are driving growth, innovation and digital transformation with Infoblox solutions. The sessions will cover how to:
- Use foundational network services to easily and cost-effectively secure evolving IT architectures
- Provide visibility into and secure multi cloud platforms
- Understand security risk when internal DNS is bypassed due to the use of DoH (DNS over Https)
- Lower incident response times using automatic data sharing and ecosystem integrations
- Optimize your security costs