Batelco, Palo Alto Networks host security workshop

Over 50 IT managers, professionals and business executives participated
Batelco and Palo Alto Networks officials at the event.
Batelco and Palo Alto Networks officials at the event.

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Batelco and Palo Alto Networks held a Next-Generation Security Workshop, including critical security aspects like Data Centre Security, Network Security and Mobile Security.

A number of Batelco executives and representatives from Palo Alto Networks were in attendance at the one-day event. Over 50 IT managers, professionals and business executives participated in the workshop which was designed to provide a platform for interactive discussions and interactions on issues of significance to the organisations involved.

Adel Daylami, general manager Enterprise Division at Batelco, said:" By understanding the current threat environment, participants can access and adjust their security measures to better protect critical data assets and business processes with comprehensive security strategies as well as programmes that balance risk and cost.”

"Batelco, having the largest and most advanced IP infrastructure in Bahrain, is uniquely positioned to provide enterprises and governments with a comprehensive range of advanced ICT solutions to meet their communications and technology needs. Batelco’s wide range of Enterprise Security Solutions includes Network Security, Content Security, End Point Security, Secure Access Control, Security Assessment and Consultancy,” he added. 

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