Oct. 2, 2012
-- First Information Security (FIS), a company dedicated to offering a comprehensive range of security services and products that are in compliance with the latest international industry standard requirements, highlighted the significance of using the latest cyber security technologies as a means to protect a company or organization’
s operations and essential data against cyber attacks, at the ‘Cyber Security UAE’ summit, which opened today (October 2, 2012) and will run until October 3, 2012 at the Hyatt Regency Dubai. The company has been named as one of the silver sponsors for this first-of-its-
kind event in the Middle East region, which will tackle cyber security issues across various industry verticals and how to best protect organizations from attacks.
The exciting two-day conference will feature an exhibition on some of today’s latest online security products and services along with 30 top level presentations from leading global security experts. The theme for the summit, ‘Developments, strategies, and best practices in global cyber security,’ complements the event’s set objectives—assessing the online threats and the impacts that companies face today; learn more about the latest cyber security technologies and global security trends; discover best practices in protecting organizations and the opportunity to network with industry peers.
Dr. Taher Elgamal, Ph.D., CEO, FIS, said, “As companies and organizations today aim to make their mark in the global markets, they are faced with challenges of security and the possibility of cyber attacks. ‘Cyber Security UAE’ positions itself as a strategic platform where participating businesses can learn more about the latest security solutions that they can use and also pick up on best practices and experiences on how to best protect their company’s data and keep their operations safe. Participating at this pioneering event will also give us the opportunity to leverage our wide range of services and products across companies coming from various industry verticals.”