Posted by John Sommers on 22nd November 2016 in General

New concepts of IT security solutions for businesses in Hall 12, Stand C65 the IT security expert informed from 5 to 9 March 2013 in Hall 12 Stand C65 with protectONE on current IT threats and security solutions for enterprises. According to the this year’s CeBIT theme Shareconomy “Kaspersky Lab experts of security tips of that will enlighten, for example, dealing with threats by the growing knowledge about company systems or social-media channels deliver. In addition, Kaspersky Lab in Hanover exhibits a new business solution, the issues such as the protection and management of stationary and mobile end devices, centralized system management, encryption and security addressed virtualized environments. New technologies and always targeted cyber attacks on corporate data make all devices inside and outside of the corporate network protection a central issue for the IT security. The increasing intermingling of private terminals and business data is today very special Requirements for the IT security company.

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