KSA is the growth engine for Paladion
In conversation with Firsoh Ummer, the managing director for EMEA region for Paladion Networks regarding their forth coming event on SOC, which they are organizing in association with HP Enterprise Security in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. he explained that “the SOC Conference will be held on 9th February 2015 at InterContinental Hotel in Riyadh and they are expecting over 50 CISO’s, IT Security Managers, Technology Risk and Compliance Professionals to attend the event.”
Paladion will bring renowned security experts together under one roof to discuss changing threat landscape and how leading SOCs are adapting to this new scenario. The conference will highlight the role of new technologies such as big data and analytics that can help enterprises in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to accelerate their security operations.
Commenting on the SOC Conference 2015, Ummer, said, “Maintaining a tactical advantage in security defence is paramount for any business. But an upper hand in security operations cannot be achieved with traditional security operation centres. Enterprises in Saudi Arabia must leverage analytics and big data to predict threats and look at advanced security innovations to protect their businesses from security infringements”.
IDC Saudi Arabia, senior research analyst for IT Services and Software, Uzair Mujtaba will be one of the key speakers at the conference apart from Alexandre Depret-Bixio, the HP ArcSight Strategic Sales Lead for EMEA at HP Enterprise Security. Jose Varghese and Harish Kumar from Paladion will also share update the gathering about the latest trends in SOC space as well as share a presentation about Intelligent SOC: Securiry Threat Management 2.0
“KSA is a key market for us and is one of growth engines for Paladion in Middle East. The company has witnessed substantial growth in past year and expects to continue to stay on same path to develop the business. SOC Conference in Riyadh is a step to generate more awareness about SOC and support enterprises in the Kingdom to overcome challenges by blending technology, and best practices to support enterprises pursue new opportunities without compromising on their security shield.” said Ummer.