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Dubai, UAE, United Arab Emirates, 2014/09/22 - Secunia, a leading provider of IT security solutions that enable businesses and private individuals to manage and control the threats posed by software vulnerabilities, will exhibit at GITEX Technology Week 2014 - Secunia.com.
Secunia, a leading provider of IT security solutions that enable businesses and private individuals to manage and control the threats posed by software vulnerabilities, will exhibit along with its reseller partner, EMT Distribution, at GITEX Technology Week 2014.
GITEX will be a great platform for Secunia to highlight its expansion in the Middle East region in recent years and showcase how instrumental EMT has been in helping the company achieve their goals.
GITEX Technology Week 2014 will take place from October 12-16, 2014 at the Dubai World Trade Centre where Secunia will showcase the Secunia Corporate Software Inspector (CSI), a comprehensive and unique vulnerability intelligence and patch management solution which allows customers to streamline patch management processes and protect both Microsoft and non-Microsoft applications from the threat vulnerabilities present; and the Secunia Vulnerability Intelligence Manager (VIM), a powerful threat intelligence solution covering more than 50,000 systems and applications and accessible to users by license for commercial/corporate use.
The Secunia stand will be located at Booth B2-6 in Hall 2 during GITEX 2014, representatives said.
Participating at GITEX 2014 will provide an opportunity for Secunia to demonstrate its leadership in vulnerability management solutions as well as the growth of their business in the region. Secunia continuously verifies and updates advisories to reflect new data whenever it becomes available, releasing an average of 20 to 25 new advisories and updating more than 20 Secunia advisories per day. As a result, the company has the largest database of assessed vulnerabilities available. Due to increased demand, Secunia is now opening up to new territories in the Middle East and collaborating with its distribution partner EMT to achieve its business targets and conquer new ones.
John Spoor, Director Emerging Markets & APAC at Secunia, commented: "Our growth this year in terms of channel development has been extremely encouraging. We have recruited and trained partners in all of our key territories and are working closely within this channel ecosystem to drive new opportunities and create product demand. Our reach into our key verticals of Banking, Oil & Gas and Government sectors has increased substantially and this is providing us with a really solid platform for the next twelve months and beyond.
Spoor added: "Our presence at GITEX this year will highlight these achievements as well as our commitment to the Middle East. We will continue to invest in building and maintaining customer relations as to understand the requirements of MEA organizations and appropriate our commercial offerings to suit regional needs.
"We look forward to exhibiting at GITEX 2014 with our partners at Secunia where we will be able to talk about the issues and challenges that enterprises face today and how Secunia's vulnerability management solutions, can enable CIOs and IT managers secure and manage their organization's in risk free environment." said Mohammad Mobasseri, CEO at EMT Distribution.
Founded in 2002, Secunia (secunia.com) is a leading provider of IT security solutions that help businesses and private individuals globally manage and control vulnerability threats, risks across their networks, and end-points. This is enabled by Secunia’s award-winning Vulnerability Intelligence, Vulnerability Assessment, and Patch Management solutions that ensure optimal and cost-effective protection of critical information assets.
Secunia plays an important role in the IT security ecosystem, and is the preferred supplier for enterprises and government agencies worldwide, counting Fortune 500 and Global 2000 businesses among its customer base. Secunia is headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark.