Intelligent CIO Middle East Issue 47 | Page 90

Alaris brings ‘Business Process Re-Engineering’ into focus laris, a Kodak Alaris business, will focus on educating trade show attendees about the importance of intelligently re-engineering and automating business processes in order to increase agility and efficiency. A Naji Kazak, General Manager – Middle East, Africa, Turkey and Russia at Alaris Naji Kazak, General Manager – Middle East, Africa, Turkey and Russia at Alaris, a Kodak ALARIS WILL Alaris business, said: “Digital G AT BE EXHIBITIN transformation is high on S OF IT GITEX AS PART every CIO’s agenda today. ’S RE A W MIND DISTRIBUTOR BER E1 IN M U STAND N E DUBAI HALL 3 AT TH E WORLD TRAD E R T EN C “However, we find that a gap still exists between digitisation and automation. There are plenty of business process workflows out there that are digitised but not yet fully automated. We still see lots of steps, lots of hands on a process from start to finish and every one of those interactions costs money, opens up compliance risks and introduces errors. “We are eager to work with regional organisations in identifying the various inefficiencies in their workflows and then providing an end-to-end solution, using our market leading and award winning hardware, software and professional services. “In this context, GITEX is a very important platform as it helps us to expose our brand and capabilities to potential customers and the channel community. We have several exciting announcements including new document scanners, service offerings and a new partner programme.” The Alaris IN2 Ecosystem brings together document scanners, software and services, delivered by a network of trusted partners, to capture information that integrates with an organisation’s business applications. ThreatQuotient set to make its debut hreatQuotient, a leading security operations platform innovator, believes that threat intelligence is the glue that binds together disparate systems and teams, and that a threat-centric security operations platform is foundational to overall security posture. In line with this, ThreatQuotient will use the GITEX platform to promote the ThreatQ platform to customers and partners. “ThreatQ acts as the heart of an organisation’s defence system, able to integrate with all security tools that need to work in unison, such as orchestration tools, SIEMs, network security, endpoint software, multiple intel feeds and other processes and we are excited to have a platform like GITEX to showcase our product and solutions to our regional customers and partners.” “With threat intelligence as an organisation’s foundational element, ThreatQ makes security operations more efficient and effective. Every company has its own unique environments and faces different threats, which is why ThreatQ empowers organisations to set their own specific controls for prioritising the threat intelligence that is most relevant to them,” said Anthony Perridge, VP of International at ThreatQuotient. At GITEX, ThreatQuotient will educate customers and partners on why large and small threat intelligence teams would benefit by using ThreatQ to apply customer-defined scoring of intelligence, quickly deploy threat data to existing sensor grids, and cornerstone workflows to focus on time to detect (TTD) and time to respond (TTR). T 90 INTELLIGENTCIO ENT THREATQUOTI ING IT WILL BE EXHIB RL A INK ALONGSIDE ST –J1 IN ON STAND SR ID SHEIKH RASH HALL Anthony Perridge, VP of International at ThreatQuotient