InfoWatch reveals enterprise solutions at GITEX

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During the ongoing GITEX Technology Week, InfoWatch unveiled and demonstrated its most advanced Traffic Monitor with Microsoft Cloud App Security solution that has been designed to secure enterprise information in the Microsoft Office 365 cloud.

The integration of InfoWatch Traffic Monitor with Microsoft Cloud App Security service allow customers to centrally manage data protection policies for both desktop and cloud users and gain centralized access to all incidents related to data leak threats.

“The UAE and the wider GCC witnesses an increasing demand for Russian software products and there isn’t a platform better than GITEX Technology Week to unveil our most advanced solutions,” said Kristina Tantsyura, head of InfoWatch Gulf. “A key advantage of our Traffic Monitor solution is its ability to control and prevent confidential data leakage, which can be accurately detected through the proprietary linguistic data flow analysis, enabling customers to monitor all corporate data movement in Microsoft Office 365.”

Other services presented at GITEX includes the interface of InfoWatch Prediction, the user and entity behavior analytics solution, which solves any error by predicting cybersecurity risks, in addition to other the Automation System Advanced Protectorm the hard and software appliance designed to protect the industrial control technology systems.

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