InfoWatch Group has announced the opening of its subsidiary InfoWatch Gulf, registered at the Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC), United Arab Emirates (UAE), and appointed Kristina Tantsyura, Business Development Director for Middle East at InfoWatch Group, as Director of InfoWatch Gulf.
Natalya Kaspersky, President of InfoWatch Group, has been elected a head of the Information Security Committee established by the Software Developer Association 'Domestic Software' as part of the 'Digital Economy of the Russian Federation' initiative that sets goals, objectives, approaches, and timeframes of the national policy for digital economy development in Russia.
InfoWatch Group has completed the installation of InfoWatch Traffic Monitor 6.5, a new version of its flagship product for data leak prevention (DLP) and internal threat protection, for a range of its customers in the Kingdom of Bahrain and Kuwait, including Central Bank of Bahrain, Kuwait Finance House, and First Energy Bank of Bahrain, with the deployment of additional investigation module InfoWatch Vision being also completed at Central Bank of Bahrain and planned for Kuwait Finance House.
InfoWatch Group has taken part in Business Revolution and Innovation Network (BRAIN) educational initiative of the Kingdom of Thailand, targeted at Thai government officials and representatives of businesses and non-profit organizations. The initiative, supported by the Federation of Thai Industries, encourages leading global experts to share their experience and thus help the Thai Government shape their new economic strategy, Thailand 4.0.
With governments, corporations and individuals increasingly adopting Internet of Things (IoT) technologies in everyday life, global leaders and private sector heavyweights must work together to create international regulations which protect the future of smart cities, Natalya Kaspersky, President of InfoWatch Group, told a government panel discussion on smarter and safer cities at the 4th Gulf Information Security Expo & Conference (GISEC), which ended today.
InfoWatch Group will be an official partner of the Gulf Information Security Expo & Conference (GISEC) to be held on May 21-23, 2017, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. At GISEC, the company is going to share its vision of InfoWatch solution promotion in the Middle East, including the opening of full-service representative offices in Dubai with other cities to follow.
InfoWatch Group, a Russian vendor of end-to-end enterprise cybersecurity solutions, has unveiled an integration adapter designed to control data transmission within Cisco Unified Communications Manager (Cisco UCM), an enterprise UC platform. InfoWatch Cisco UCM Adapter is connected to Cisco UCM database to intercept text documents, spreadsheets, images, and other attachments and then submit them for analysis to InfoWatch Traffic Monitor, a system protecting enterprises against confidential data leaks and internal threats.
InfoWatch Group, a Russian vendor of end-to-end enterprise cybersecurity solutions, has unveiled its minority interest sale to Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF). As a result of the deal, RDIF now holds a share in the Russian assets of InfoWatch Group, including InfoWatch, Cezurity, Taiga and Attack Killer brands.
At the second Omsk International IT Forum, Mikhail Smirnov, Head of Industrial Control System (ICS) Protection Practice, told the audience about the establishment and operation principles of this new business practice. As part of the ICS Information Security seminar supported by SKB company, Mikhail shared InfoWatch’s comprehensive approach to the creation of ICS protection systems, including requirements engineering.
InfoWatch Group, a Russian developer of integrated enterprise security solutions, and Russian Trade Representative Offices Abroad have initiated joint promotion and marketing of domestic products in Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, and Indonesia, following the roadmap adopted by the Russian Ministry of Economic Development.