Security correspondent Daniel Bardsley speaks to industry experts to discuss the current state of DDoS attacks and how organisations can steer clear.
“We will guide end-users to a multi-cloud world”: Juniper Networks
Juniper Networks’ head of EMEA channels, Sander Groot, spoke with Security Advisor Middle East on how the company will enable security in a multi-cloud world.
Huawei Middle East on delivering true cybersecurity in the age of 5G
Huawei Middle East’s president Charles Yang gives his take on building safer networks and securing the path to an intelligent world.
Cyber Resilient Group’s Kapil Matta on enabling security transformation
Security consulting firm Cyber Resilient Group’s founder Kapil Matta shares insights into the biggest security threats organisations will face in 2019 and beyond, and how they can help organisations stay resilient.
Sailpoint: IAM a critical aspect of cybersecurity now more than ever
Security Advisor ME hosted a roundtable in partnership with Gulf IT network distribution and Sailpoint, which focused on how organisations can achieve security and business agility with identity and access management.
iStorage on why securing storage devices are now important than ever
Tina Symeon, marketing manager, iStorage, discusses why securing storage devices are now important than ever. Can you please share some …
“Threat intelligence key to thwarting advanced threats”: Mimecast
During his most recent visit to Dubai, Marc French, senior vice president and chief trust officer, Mimecast, sat down with …
Bulwark’s Jose Menacherry on delivering security-focused innovations
At the sidelines of the recently held GISEC, Bulwark Distribution MD Jose Thomas Menacherry sat down with Security Advisor ME to discuss how the firm is well-positioned to help regional firms stay cyber resilient.
“The connected future depends on a robust infrastructure”: BICSI
One of the main highlights of the 2019 edition of BICSI Middle East and Africa Conference, taking place in Dubai, …
Why vulnerability management and response are more than just checking patches
If enterprises do not have all these resources in-house, they can bring them in as a service from a suitable vulnerability management and response service provider.