15 Jun Cisco showcased its ground-breaking security innovations at CAISEC
Cisco has shown its latest security solutions at The Cyber and Information Security Exhibition and Conference (CAISEC), the regional platform for the future of security technology.
The Cyber and Information Security Exhibition and Conference (CAISEC) took place across the 13th and 14th of June and offered a unique networking platform connecting regional and local government bodies with security solution providers from across the globe.
Cisco joined the event as the technology sponsor, where visitors were able to see demonstrations of various Cisco Security technologies, including Cisco Secure X, Cisco Secure Access, Cisco Umbrella, Cisco Secure Firewall and more.
Ahead of Cisco’s participation as the technology sponsor at CAISEC, Ayman Elgohary, Managing Director for Egypt, North Africa and Levant said: “With the complexity of hybrid work, continued acceleration of cloud adoption, and the ever-advancing threat landscape, organisations in Egypt are increasingly realising the need to explore, co-create and deploy solutions to achieve security resilience. At CAISEC, we look forward to showing how Cisco is at the forefront of security, with the experience and advanced solutions required to securely connect people and devices everywhere to applications and data anywhere.”
The event also showcased Cisco’s recently announced new Security Cloud strategy, which seeks to develop a global, cloud-delivered, integrated platform that secures and connects organisations of any shape and size. The Security Cloud’s integrated framework allows users to be securely connected to other people and devices, applications, and data everywhere and anywhere. This open unified management platform provides threat prevention, detection, response, and remediation capabilities at scale.
Elgohary added: “Cisco has been on the journey toward the Security Cloud for some time and has been working closely with the government and key stakeholders across public and private sectors in Egypt to develop readiness and response to confront cyber-attacks. Our new security innovations will strengthen these relationships that enables us to act on changes in risk dynamically and in near real-time.”
During the two-day event, Cisco’s local executives also took part in 6 panel discussions on various topics related to security including, AI/ML in Predicting and Preventing Cyber Attacks, Cybersecurity Supply Chain, Cyber Security in the Cloud, Cyber Resilience and more.