InfoWatch to unveil localized cybersecurity solutions

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InfoWatch Group will be showcasing localized cybersecurity solutions for local businesses at IFSEC Southeast Asia 2017. The conference, to be held on September 6-8 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, will showcase more than 350 brands to trade visitors and industry professionals.

The company will be sharing its world class cybersecurity and DLP solutions as well as the announcement of the opening of its first Southeast Asian office, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Natalya Kaspersky, President of InfoWatch Group and Co-Founder of Kaspersky Lab, will be meeting business community and public officials of Southeast Asian countries.  Natalya will also be one of the key presenter to speak on advanced information security technologies and protection against cyber threats on the digital world.

What else to expect at IFSEC SEA 2017

IFSEC visitors will be the first to learn the DLP Report prepared by InfoWatch Analytical Center focusing on South East Asia, South Korea, India and Bangladesh countries.

“Recently, the Southeast Asia countries have been making tremendous efforts to develop their IT infrastructure.  According to Gartner, companies in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand are actively investing in IT.  However, with more processes in private and public sectors, the risk of data leakage also increases.  We invite private and public sectors to find out how data loss prevention works for them at IFSEC.” said Vladimir Shutemov, Chief International Business Development Officer, InfoWatch Group.

At IFSEC, InfoWatch Group will demonstrate the latest version of InfoWatch Traffic Monitor, its flagship solution for data leak prevention and enterprise protection against internal cyber threats; including an investigation enabler, InfoWatch Vision.

For the first time, the Southeast Asia customers will also learn about InfoWatch Person Monitor, a system allowing small and medium-sized businesses to continuously monitor personnel’s working activity and use of corporate resources, as well as InfoWatch Attack Killer, a solution to protect online banking, e-commerce, e-government, collaboration systems, online stores and other web resources.

The visitors will also learn more about InfoWatch EndPoint Security, a system for continuous business monitoring, diagnostics and protection, and InfoWatch Appercut, a system automatically controls business app source code for custom development compliance.

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