SearchInform Road Show to tackle internal security threats in 5 cities of the Middle East and North Africa
21.06.2018Back to news
Beirut will open the series of SearchInform conferences on 18 July. Road Show will gather information security specialists and companies’ top managers. In July the seminars will take place in Erbil and Cairo. In September the experts of SearchInform will visit Kuwait and Dubai.
The company and its business partners will talk about internal threats to corporate information, the speakers will pay attention to the methods data can be transferred and communication channels which put companies at risk as well as will share the real life data leakage cases. The incidents will be discussed to liven the presentation of the company’s solution and to explain the way it works.
The SearchInform’s product provides the comprehensive system for fighting violations inside the organisation. The company has created the new concept – Money Loss Prevention. MLP encompasses a bigger range of issues which need to be addressed: the new solution controls data leaks, tendencies and attitudes within a team, discovers fraud schemes, sabotage in the workplace and deliberate harm, monitors employee productivity analysing the overall situation.
The seminars will bring together information security experts and chief executives who will learn about the details of information security solution implementation and its optimisation.
“This year the company has already conducted the Road Show in the Latin America and South Africa. The attendees appeared to be highly concerned about inner security threats and willing to try the new method of fighting them. This awareness inspires us to work with the regions all over the world. The format of our seminar allows customers and specialists to figure out the way they can benefit from our solution,” emphasized Sergey Ozhegov, CEO of SearchInform.
During the Road Show the attendees will be able to participate in an international research of information security level. The results of the survey will reveal which instruments are needed to prevent financial loss and will assess the level of information security in the region.