InfoWatch Group brings cybersecurity education to GITEX
Source: Strategy Falcons for InfoWatch , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Wed October 4, 2017 12:20 pm

UAE.  InfoWatch Group brings Cybersecurity education to GITEX participants and Russian companies that wish to launch business in UAE, according to Kristina Tantsyura, General Manager of InfoWatch Gulf. 
“Through participating in discussions in cyber security challenges and presenting solutions to these challenges, InfoWatch is looking forward to answering the tough questions of companies that need to protect data from internal and external threats,” said Tantsyura who was recently charged with running the Dubai based InfoWatch Gulf company. 

“On the other hand, after detecting interest from Russian companies to setup base in the UAE, I have been asked to hold a master class to take participants through a step by step approach on how to set up companies or regional offices, and conduct business in the Gulf since InfoWatch has been active in the Gulf Region for several years.”

The event’s expo booth will feature InfoWatch solutions for enterprise cyber security, data leak prevention, and internal threat protection for companies across multiple industries. 

Background: GITEX Technology Week is the Gulf’s largest international trade show of information and telecom technologies. Ever since 1981, the event has been a landmark of ICT sector in the Middle East, Africa, India, and South Asia, attracting industry professionals from 144 countries.

InfoWatch Group is a Russian vendor of end-to-end enterprise cybersecurity solutions, offering effective products to protect organizations against the most pressing internal and external threats. InfoWatch is the leading provider of products and solutions for the DLP markets in Russia and the CIS, and is continually expanding the company’s sales and customer base around the world in Western Europe, the Middle East, India, and Southeast Asia.


Photo Captions:
1. (above)  Kristina Tantsyura, General Manager of InfoWatch Gulf
2. (inset)  Natalya Kaspersky, President of InfoWatch Group (file photo)



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