SonicWall today announced its participation at GITEX 2019 where it will exhibit its integrated cybersecurity platform designed to help SMBs, mid to large enterprises and government agencies defend against today’s sophisticated and rapidly growing cybersecurity threats.
“SonicWallhas been working relentlessly with our partners to better understand and serve our customers in the region,” said Mohamed Abdallah, Regional Director for Middle East & Turkey, SonicWall. “While businesses continue to be a prime target for cybercriminals, we have seen organizations demonstrating a clear maturity and readiness for the next level of cybersecurity. We look forward to demonstrating the depth of our growing solutions portfolio, including our patent-pending Real-Time Deep Memory Inspection™ (RTDMI) technology that has discovered 104,000 never-before-seen attack variants from January to August alone.”
Present in the Sheikh Rashid Hall on stand number SR-B20, SonicWall will showcase its networking and security solutions, including next-generation firewalls, RTDMI™, next-generation endpoint protection, secure SD-WAN, secure Wi-Fi, Security-as-a-Service, Cloud App Security (CAS), WAN acceleration, web application firewalls, securityanalytics, email security and secure remote access.
“SonicWall solutions help drive and secure our customers’ digital transformation journey,” said Mohamed Abdallah. “With our single-pane-of-glass integrated security management, coupled with analytics and real-time threat intelligence protection across our ecosystem, we are providing partners with a complete cybersecurity portfolio to meet every security need.”
The company monitors, collects and analyzes millions of malware threats per day in real-time in more than 215 countries and territories to protect customers 24/7/365. The SonicWall Capture Labs Threat Networkoffers industry-leading insights about the threat landscape and has sophisticated analytics to break down data geographically to inform customers, partners and governments, so they can act rapidly against emerging threats.