Intelligent CIO Middle East Issue 47 | Page 87

Nozomi Networks to showcase industrial cybersecurity solutions ozomi Networks, a leader in industrial cybersecurity and operational visibility, will showcase its real-time Industrial Control System (ICS) and Operational Technology (OT) network visibility products and demonstrate how they can be integrated into existing platforms, such as Fortinet’s Network Access Control (FortiNAC). N Marcus Josefsson, Nozomi Networks Director – Middle East, Africa and Russia, said: “As IT and operational networks become more interconnected across the UAE and elsewhere, the attack surface for cyberthreats has also expanded. Nozomi Networks arms enterprises with proactive tools, delivering OT visibility, threat detection and insight within a single solution to hundreds of thousands of critical infrastructure, energy, manufacturing, mining, transportation and other industrial devices worldwide. “GITEX Technology Week 2019 offers the perfect platform to showcase these tools to an audience of targeted customers and partners from across the region visiting the exhibition to scout for the latest technologies.” Nozomi Networks is accelerating the pace of Digital Transformation by pioneering innovation for industrial cybersecurity and operational control. Now in its sixth technology generation, Nozomi Networks solutions automate the hard work of inventorying, visualising and monitoring industrial control networks through the innovative use of Artificial Intelligence. The use cases NOZOMI for Nozomi stretch beyond WILL BE cybersecurity, and G PARTICIPATIN ON include troubleshooting, ET IN RT FO WITH asset management and – ITS STAND SR predictive maintenance. H K EI SH IN C10 It also caters to the needs LL A H ID SH RA of operators and owners of industrial processes. Marcus Josefsson, Nozomi Networks Director – Middle East, Africa and Russia Centrify to highlight role of zero trust PAM in cloud security entrify will showcase its cloud-ready zero trust privilege services and advocate how zero trust mandates a ‘never trust, always verify, enforce least privilege’ approach to privileged access, from inside or outside the network, at GITEX. C Andy Heather, General Manager EMEA, Centrify Andy Heather, General Manager EMEA, Centrify, said the company plans to show visitors how their organisations can significantly strengthen their security posture and greatly reduce the risk of a SENIOR breach by controlling GLOBAL ND privileged access EXECUTIVES A RTS and minimising the SECURITY EXPE ABLE attack surface. WILL BE AVAIL –J1, AT STAND SR ID SH A R H K SHEI HALL The company will highlight the importance of zero trust and demonstrate how organisations can implement Centrify’s Zero Trust Privilege to minimise the attack surface, improve audit and compliance visibility, while reducing risk, complexity and costs for the modern, hybrid enterprise. “GITEX is a perfect platform to meet customers and partners from across the Middle East and Africa looking for the latest cybersecurity solutions and services in one single location,” explained Heather. “Apart from showcasing our Zero Trust Privilege Services, we look forward to educating customers on the evolving threat landscape and the importance of Zero Trust Privilege, as well as strengthening our regional channel network.” Centrify will be participating with its distributor, StarLink, at GITEX Technology Week 2019. INTELLIGENTCIO 87