GISEC: Cyberoam to exhibit patented Layer 8 technology and explain 3rd platform tech forces

Come the Gulf Information Security Expo & Conference (GISEC) 2015 and Cyberoam, a leading provider of enterprise network security will use the occasion to educate regional businesses and CXOs on its patented Layer 8 technology.cyberoamLOGOWhile at the GISEC 2015 at Dubai World Trade Centre from April 26-28, 2015, Cyberoam also  says it will showcase how IT and security teams in the region can benefit from Cyberoam’s network security innovations.

Cyberoam Technologies, a Sophos Company, also offers future-ready security solutions to physical and virtual networks in organizations with its Next-Generation Firewalls (NGFWs) and Unified Threat Management (UTM) appliances.

With Cyber security challenges and targeted attacks emerging a ‘real’ threat, network administrators in the region are inclined to deploy security that helps prevent network-based advanced targeted attacks before they cause greater damage and paralyze business. Cyberoam shall discuss its patented Layer 8 technology and demonstrate actionable security intelligence capabilities for the attendees.

“GISEC 2015 discusses enterprise security as a catalytic force while shedding light on its evolution to combat cyber security risks and threats emerging from migration to 3rd platform technologies”, Ravinder Janotra, Cyberoam’s Regional Manager Middle East, was quoted as saying in a release on Saturday.

“As more organizations in the region embrace IT that is built on mobile devices, cloud, virtualization, big data and other disruptive tech forces, there’s a need to insulate businesses from potential risks that accompany these decisions. We are eager to contribute our part in driving greater security awareness at the event while showcasing our patented network security innovations,” Janotra added.

The Middle East has witnessed a spate of targeted attacks and malware mayhem in recent years. Several countries in the region are continually advised to take note of growing threat landscape and risks from evolved threat actors, cybercrime syndicates and hacktivism campaigns. While oil and gas businesses in the region were the first to appear on the radar of cyber criminals and malware authors, the focus is also shifting to connected businesses and enterprises in other verticals.

According to the release, the company has continued to stay a trusted network security partner to several leading businesses as well as government establishments in the Middle East. Cyberoam boasts of having a strong local network of channel partners and dedicated sales teams in UAE ,OMAN, BAHRAIN, KUWAIT, QATAR, JORDAN, LEBANON, IRAQ, SAUDI ARABIA and other countries in the region.

Cyberoam has of recent been driving a lot of security awareness for the region’s CXOs through road-shows, seminars and other avenues while bringing cutting-edge portfolio of network security solutions to alleviate cyber security risks and network security concerns for regional businesses that now demand high-performance network security, actionable threat intelligence and advanced capabilities for user and data protection.Cyberoam will be at Stand Number: SR22