Russia's InfoWatch takes to GITEX to debut cloud solutions

Cybersecurity vendor aims to raise security awareness.
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Image: Kristina Tantsyura of InfoWatch Group

Russia-based InfoWatch Group was at GITEX Technology Week 2018 to exhibit a range of innovative products for visitors.

As part of the exhibition, InfoWatch Group showed Middle East customers the new version of the InfoWatch Traffic Monitor solution, designed to ensure enterprise information security in the Microsoft Office 365 cloud. The GITEX showcase also marked the company's a worldwide premiere of this product offering.

The flagship DLP solution InfoWatch Traffic Monitor with Microsoft Cloud App Security can protect information flows in any organisation that uses Microsoft Office 365, and prevent enterprise data leaks in the cloud environment.

"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 levels of advertising and exhibition promotions," said Kristina Tantsyura, MD, InfoWatch Gulf. "For this 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."

Tantsyura explained that the company's participation at GITEX would help to increase the awareness of Russian software among representatives of the public and commercial sectors of the Middle East region, and facilitate further development of Russian vendors in regional markets.

According to the security vendor, the integration of InfoWatch Traffic Monitor with Microsoft Cloud App Security service allows customers to centrally manage data protection policies for both desktop and cloud users and gain centralised access to all incidents related to data leak threats.

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