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OPSWAT to Attend GITEX Global 2023 and Highlight Cybersecurity Gaps in Region’s Critical Infrastructure

Sertan-Selcuk,

As digitalization creates more complexity between IT and OT, Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) leader urges proactive steps to secure what matters most

OPSWAT participates at GITEX Global 2023, where it will show attendees how critical infrastructure can be secured through the company’s end-to-end IT/OT security solutions.

Exhibiting under the theme, “Modernizing Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP)”, OPSWAT will highlight the challenges in defending Middle East countries’ evolving critical infrastructures and showcase the company’s proactive measures that can bring new confidence to the region’s OT security teams. “Our GITEX theme is designed to emphasize that merely maintaining the status quo in cybersecurity is not enough,” said Sertan Selcuk, VP of Sales, Middle East, Turkey, Africa, and Pakistan, at OPSWAT. “We must take bold steps to address both current and future cyberthreats that could potentially compromise our infrastructure.”

“We must take bold steps to address both current and future cyberthreats that could potentially compromise our infrastructure.”

Sertan Selcuk, VP of Sales, Middle East, Turkey, Africa, and Pakistan, at OPSWAT.

Unlike other providers in the market, OPSWAT provides a single platform — built from the ground up — to protect against file-borne threats from USB, web traffic, storage, email, and API, and delivers the zero-trust architecture needed for the protection of critical infrastructure. Furthermore, the company’s solutions can be deployed in a wider array of setups than any other industry player — in the cloud, on premises, or even in air-gapped networks.

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