Gitex 2020: ManageEngine to highlight its suite of enterprise IT security solutions
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Gitex 2020: ManageEngine to highlight its suite of enterprise IT security solutions

Gitex 2020: ManageEngine to highlight its suite of enterprise IT security solutions

ManageEngine will speak at the event on ‘Cybersecurity threats to Business Digital Transformation’


Organisations worldwide have reported a spike in cybersecurity-related incidents this year following the sudden shift to remote working due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The rise in remote work resulted in a significant increase in the adoption of remote tools for business continuity.

At Gitex 2020, ManageEngine will focus on the wide range of IT security solutions that it offers for organisations to strengthen their security posture and enhance operational efficiency. Karthik Anandarao, ManageEngine’s chief technical evangelist for the Middle East will be presenting on ‘Cybersecurity threats to Business Digital Transformation’ on Day 3 of the event at X Labs.

ManageEngine will use Gitex 2020 to showcase its unified endpoint management tool, Desktop Central; new-gen SIEM solution, Log360, which has UEBA capabilities for proactive threat analytics using AI and ML; and PAM360, which enables enterprises to establish strict privileged access governance and monitor privileged operations. The company will also highlight Device Control Plus and Application Control Plus, which enforce the principle of least privileges for employees using various devices and applications.

In addition to the daily presentations and product demonstrations, experts from Elitser Technologies, ManageEngine’s channel partner in the region, will be available at the ManageEngine booth to meet and share their global experiences and expertise with both existing and potential customers.

“Information security continues to be a top challenge for CIOs and the sudden prevalence of remote work has only made it more difficult, especially for companies who cannot let go of their legacy methods,” said Rajesh Ganesan, vice president at ManageEngine.

“The additional challenge brings with it the opportunity for technology leaders to enforce new operating models like the principle of least privilege and Zero Trust remote access, which can deliver both increased productivity and a strong overall security posture for the business. At ManageEngine, we are excited to bring new capabilities across our security product line that will help our customers take on the new age, remote work challenges with assurance.”

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