Checkpoint together with her partner DGIT has penned a sponsorship deal towards the forthcoming East Africa Cloud and Cybersecurity Summit (CSS).
An annual summit now on the 12th year running, the CSS will be held virtually for the first time and is slated on 18th and 19th March 2021.
The 2-day premium East Africa regional forum with a global touch is to ensure that organisations are well prepared to protect their online assets from cyberattacks using the most modern tools to recover their assets in case of any malicious attacks. It aims to bring together leading cybersecurity thinkers and practitioners, as enterprises continue to support the exposed remote workforce.
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Cyberexperts.com describes cybersecurity as the topmost priority, as it has always been and will always be the first consideration.
It notes that “The rate at which cybercrime is rising is alarming. Almost every week, a high-profile cybercrime is reported.”
As the economic landscape continues to change, it is timely for security experts to get conversant with what the region’s threat scope looks like and to prepare for a counter-reaction
“Cyber threats continue to grow daily, both in complexity and in volumes, as more organizations are adopting modern technologies,” said Laura Chite, CEO CIO East Africa. Adding, ” CSS will host high-profile security professionals equipped with versed knowledge to help organisations protect mobile devices, servers and even home automation gadgets especially with a remote workforce.”
At the summit, Checkpoint will demystify how organisations will protect their enterprise network from the most sophisticated cyber-attacks with the highest caliber of security, real-time prevention, and the world’s highest-performing security gateways.
They will also discuss how to secure the cloud with a unified cloud-native security platform, automating security posture at scale, preventing advanced threats, and giving visibility and control over any workload across any cloud.
“The cloud infrastructure is increasingly becoming a lucrative target for hackers or cybercriminals and is subjected to more threats the more it develops,” states Oliviah Nelson, a cybersecurity author with Cyberexperts.com.
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