These will include Endpoint Antivirus, SafeGuard Encryption and Sophos Server Protection; spotlight would be on Sophos Cloud and Project Galileo.
Sophos Cloud aims to provide an integrated security for all OS platforms whilst Project Galileo intends to bridge the communication gap between Sophos’ endpoint technology, server protection and network security products to provide visibility and control on a single, cloud-based security management console. Sophos latest version of network security appliance SG Series will also be showcased.
“Sophos’ strategy over the last few years has been to make security simple for our customers. Our newest addition Project Galileo aims to deliver Unified Threat Management (UTM) on a cloud based platform. We have seen an increased demand for Sophos Cloud and Project Galileo globally and at GITEX 2014, we look forward to offering it to our Middle Eastern customers,” says Mr. Thomas Thoelke, Sales Director NEEMEA, Sophos.
Sophos will be participating at the GITEX Technology Week 2014, which is being held in Dubai from October 12-16, 2014.
Technology experts from the company will be available to speak to existing and potential customers and channel partners from across the region at Stand D2-3 in Hall 2 of Dubai World Trade Center.