Global premiere of the new InfoWatch innovative product to protect Microsoft Office 365 environments at GITEX 2018
InfoWatch Group, the leading Russian vendor of end-to-end enterprise cybersecurity solutions, will take part in the GITEX Technology Week, a Gulf information technology conference, to be held in Dubai on October 14-18, 2018. As part of the exhibition, InfoWatch Group will show Middle East customers the new version of the InfoWatch Traffic Monitor solution designed to ensure enterprise information security in the Microsoft Office 365 cloud. It will be a worldwide premiere of this innovative products.
The flagship DLP solution InfoWatch Traffic Monitor with Microsoft Cloud App Security can protect information flows in any organization that uses Microsoft Office 365, and prevent enterprise data leaks in the cloud environment.
The integration of InfoWatch Traffic Monitor with Microsoft Cloud App Security service will allow customers to centrally manage data protection policies for both desktop and cloud users and gain centralized access to all incidents related to data leak threats.
A key advantage of the integrated solution is an ability to control and prevent confidential data leakage, which can be very accurately detected owing to unique proprietary linguistic data flow analysis technologies being part of InfoWatch Traffic Monitor. Enterprises that will adopt the new solution will be able to see a complete picture of corporate data movement in Microsoft Office 365.
InfoWatch Group will also present the interface of InfoWatch Prediction, the User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA) solution that automatically solves an applied problem by predicting cybersecurity risks and InfoWatch Automation System Advanced Protector (ASAP) – specialized software and hardware appliance designed to protect the industrial control systems and adapted to use in technological networks
The GITEX will coincide with the publication of the new report by InfoWatch Analytics Center, containing an analysis of leaks of personal data, payment information, and other confidential materials in the Middle East countries. The Report includes information on the main channels of data leakage in the region, violator types, and the most vulnerable industries in terms of information security.
Moreover, at the Russian Export Center’s common booth, InfoWatch representatives will tell the attendees about the International Digital Technology and Cybersecurity Education Center in the Middle East that was officially announced at GISEC 2018. The Center’s educational programs are specifically created for the UAE state and business teams based on Russia’s best practices in today’s most demanded technologies, and are created jointly with InfoWatch’s academic partners Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech), National Research Tomsk State University and National Research University Higher School of Economics (HSE).
In addition, in the framework of promoting Russian technologies to the United Arab Emirates market in the commonwealth with Russian Business Council in Dubai, InfoWatch will present the solutions from its best partners from Russia at its booth: Altarix, WorksPad, and National Computer Corporation.
At Gitex 2018 the NCC will present IoT solutions not only for improving production efficiency and safety, but also for monitoring, situational analysis and control of the urban environment and municipal services according to the Smart and Safe City model.
Altarix will present smart parking, virtual reality and education solution for government authorities and enterprises. “Being one of the leading software houses in Russia we are glad to show our well known Smart City software along with the newest VR and Computer Vision solutions at GITEX 2018. 25+ million people worldwide use solutions developed by our company. Be it a mobile service for a local community or an IT infrastructures for one of the biggest world cities - we make our best to satisfy customer business needs,”- said Altarix international business development department director Olga Kuznetsova.
"We see a serious potential growth in demand for Russian software products from Middle Eastern partners and customers, which, unfortunately, is constrained by the insufficient level of advertising and exhibition promotion, – said the head of InfoWatch Gulf Kristina Tantsyura. – For that reason, this year we decided to present at the InfoWatch booth not only our own cybersecurity solutions but also products from other Russian vendors that will be useful for solving a wider range of customer tasks. We hope that this will help to increase the awareness of Russian software among representatives of the public and commercial sector of the Middle East region and will facilitate the further development of Russian vendors in these markets. "
It should be noted that in 2018, Kristina Tantsyura, CEO of InfoWatch Gulf, became a head of Innovation Technologies and IT at the Russian Business Council in Dubai, where she is in charge of engaging new technology and IT companies from Russia to join the council and strengthening relationships with industry-specific government agencies and businesses of UAE.