eMazzanti Technologies partners with WatchGuard Technologies to demonstrate IT security at top industry event
Hoboken, New Jersey - (Cision) September 15, 2016 – eMazzanti Technologies, a New York City area IT security expert, computer consultant, and 5X WatchGuard Partner of the Year, announced today that it will be exhibiting at the 2016 Cyber Security Summit in tandem with WatchGuard Technologies, a network security industry leader.
The Cyber Security Summit is an influential conference series sponsored by Darktrace. It connects senior business leaders responsible for protecting their companies’ critical IT infrastructures with innovative technology providers and prominent information security experts.
The New York 2015 Cyber Security Summit will be held September 21, 2016, at the Grand Hyatt New York.
“Ransomware, and other threats entering through encrypted web traffic increasingly challenge the security of business networks,” stated Carl Mazzanti, CEO, eMazzanti Technologies. “New York City area companies seeking to mitigate these risks can find expert guidance at the Cyber Security Summit.”
The Cyber Security Summit appeals to senior executives lacking the time to travel to the large cyber trade shows. Organizers bring the cyber summit to them in the nation’s top cities. Events are one day only at first class hotels, rather than convention centers.
Network Management Services
eMazzanti Technologies will be on hand at the summit to discuss the company’s eCare Network Management Services. eCare encompasses comprehensive IT security, support, implementation and maintenance, available for a flat fee per asset per month.
eCare solutions efficiently leverage existing hardware and software investments to provide heightened security, increased speed and efficiency in day-to-day operations. They also offer faster and more accurate troubleshooting, restoration and repair.
High Bandwidth Security Solutions
Of particular interest to attendees will be eMazzanti’s eCare network security solutions. High bandwidth solutions are specifically engineered for mid-sized and distributed enterprises. Many struggle to secure networks in the face of explosive growth in bandwidth, encrypted traffic, video, and connection speeds.