PRLog - March 18, 2014 - DUBAI, UAE -- emt Distribution, the region's leading specialist security, visualisation, communication, and analytic solutions VAD, has announced that it is participating at m-Gov Conference and Exhibition. The event will be held from 24-25, 2014, at The Ritz-Carlton, DIFC, Dubai, UAE. The event will gather the world’s foremost government, business and technology leaders in an effort to share knowledge and provide an invaluable networking opportunity as the region prepares itself for the next stage of smart government implementation.
Mohammad Mobasseri, CEO, EMT Distribution
Speaking about emt Distribution's participating at the m-Gov Conference and Exhibition, Mohammad Mobasseri, the CEO of emt Distribution, said, "emt Distribution has always contributed richly to the development of new security solutions and services that have the potential to change life for the better. Our participation at this major conference and exhibition stresses our commitment to better contribute to the best in the region's technological developments.”
emt Distribution will showcase Secunia's latest vulnerability assessment and intelligence solutions through its booth at the m-Gov Conference and Exhibition. "The main objective of our participation at m-Gov is to share the information about risks and vulnerabilities on mobile devices to end users, companies and enterprises. This will be done so that they are aware of such risks and vulnerabilities and are prepared to tackle such threats by deploying the latest vulnerability assessment and intelligence solutions from emt Technology Distribution's portfolio of products and solutions," explained Mobasseri.
According to Mobasseri, an event such as m-Gov 2014 provides emt Distribution with an essential platform to connect with the GCC's government departments to discuss their m-Government strategies, best practices, challenges and the roadmap for success. "An event such as m-Gov 2014 will allow us to understand and support various initiatives that government departments spread across the Middle East, aimed towards enhancing the range of services they provide on mobile phones," concluded Mobasseri.