StarLink to host seven cities IT Security Roadshow

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Middle East region’s leading value-added-distributor, StarLink announced that it is hosting an seven cities IT Security Roadshow starting from 8th April till 29th April. The first stop for the roadshow will be Riyadh, and it will be followed by Manama, Cairo, Abu Dhabi, Kuwait, Doha and to be concluded at Muscat. 

With an agenda to match the expectations of organisations, industry experts from leading technology partners namely Acronis, BlackBerry, Boldon James, Fidelis, Infoblox, Riverbed and Tripwire will address trending vulnerabilities and share insights and best practices on solutions that can be deployed for accelerating and monitoring application performance, data classification, securing communication, vulnerability management and compliance, backup and recovery as well as automated threat detection and response.

Another important highlight of the roadshow is the Technology Hub’ where customers can experience the innovative technologies first-hand as well as engage one-on-one with the technical experts and gain a better understanding of the success factors needed to ensure the best possible results for a secure and cyber resilient IT environment.

“One of our major focus areas is enhancing user experience through a customer-centric approach. Enterprises need security solutions that are hassle-free, and which can integrate smoothly with user’s regular interface. By bringing in best-of-breed technologies that can eliminate system complexities and make business continuity seamless, we aim to improve end user experience and drive productivity.” said Nidal Othman, Managing Director of StarLink Middle East.

Click here for more details about the roadshow.


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