ISSUE # 41
Security Advisor ME September 2019
Amer Chebaro on how quest enables safe and seamless cloud journeys
5G: A security bane or boon?
Aruba’s Gamal Emara on 5G’s impact on data ownership
The other side of the coin
How cryptocurrencies can be regulated to fend off fraudsters
Looks can be deceiving
Experts discuss the implications of deepfake technology
0 214Veeam Software will showcase how it aims to help regional organisations transition to the cloud and embrace digital transformation during its participation at GITEX Technology Week.
0 251Proofpoint will showcase its portfolio of people-centric cybersecurity solutions, that protect organisations’ greatest assets and biggest risks: their people.
0 310Ring will promote its range of home security products and services at GITEX, giving customers and neighbours the opportunity to experience Ring products firsthand and to learn about the devices’ features and benefits.
0 207ThreatQuotient has announced its first appearance at the MENA Information Security Conference (ISC) in Riyadh this year.
0 356Global leader in network and endpoint security firm Sophos has announced that Gartner, has once again positioned Sophos as a Leader in its Magic Quadrant for Endpoint Protection Platforms.
0 292Help AG will bring to market Exabeam’s security information and event management (SIEM) and user and entity behaviour analytics (UEBA) solutions.
0 294CrowdStrike has announced it has been positioned by Gartner in the Leaders quadrant of the “Magic Quadrant for Endpoint Protection Platforms.”
0 231Global cybersecurity firm McAfee has recently released a new industry report examining cybercriminal activity and the evolution of cyber threats in Q1 2019.
0 229UAE-based Bulwark Technologies has announced that it will be showcasing an array of internationally acclaimed products at GITEX Technology Week 2019.
0 408Cybersecurity firm Fortinet will highlight the importance of securing edge networks and showcase its Secure SD-WAN, SD-Branch, OT and Cloud …
0 404Symantec has sold off its enterprise security business to chipmaker Broadcom in a deal worth $10.7 billion.
0 946Organisations in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region are facing immense challenges brought by evolving cyber threats that are moving beyond attacks such as phishing, denial-of-service, and credential compromise.