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InfoWatch Group Unveils Taigaphone to Middle East Market at GITEX Technology Week 2017

InfoWatch Gulf, a Middle East representative office of InfoWatch Group, joined GITEX Technology Week 2017, the largest international trade show of information and telecom technologies, held on October 8-12 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, to demonstrate InfoWatch key enterprise cybersecurity solutions and unveil Taigaphone hardware and software suite to the local market. 

As part of a joint exposition organized by JSC Russian Export Center, InfoWatch Group showcased an updated cybersecurity product line for large, medium, and small businesses, including InfoWatch Traffic Monitor, its flagship DLP solution protecting enterprises against data leaks and internal threats. It is worth noting that InfoWatch has been present in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Data Loss Prevention for several years now and has been recognized as Russia’s leading DLP vendor in the global market for the second year in a row.

At its booth, InfoWatch demonstrated unique functionality of Taigaphone that effectively protects organizations against data leaks via mobile devices and controls smartphone use at work. DubaiPost.ae, a Dubai state information portal, described Taigaphone as one of the most exciting solutions displayed at GITEX 2017.

Participation in GITEX Technology Week 2017 will definitely help InfoWatch promote its solutions in the Middle East,” said Kristina Tantsyura, Business Development Director for the Middle East at InfoWatch Group and Director of InfoWatch Gulf. “Our booth caught the interest of government and large business attendees from dozens of countries in the region who appreciated a unique and transparent nature of InfoWatch solutions. We see a general increase in both enterprise cybersecurity demand and trust in Russian data protection technologies in the Middle East.

At the event, InfoWatch Group executives held work meetings with representatives of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, Dubai Smart City project, Dubai South and Dubai Silicon Oasis free economic zones, as well as systems integrators, telecom carriers, and several Middle Eastern IT companies.

In addition, as part of the event’s business agenda, Kristina Tantsyura shared InfoWatch’s integrated approach to cybersecurity system implementation with Dubai Information Technology Department and Dubai Electronic Security Center and held a master class for Russian companies on business development in the Middle East. 

The participation of Russian companies in GITEX Technology Week 2017 was arranged by JSC Expocentre, a Russian exhibition and congress organizer.

Background

GITEX Technology Week is the largest international trade show of information and telecom technologies in the Middle East. Ever since 1981, the event has been a landmark of ICT sector in the Middle East, Africa, India, and South Asia, that attracted more than 4,500 companies from 95+ countries in 2017.