According to the vendor, Tantsyura is joined by Russian implementation engineers and local technical specialists including the executive technical director, sales specialists and administrative staff at the InfoWatch Gulf team. The company said it will develop Middle Eastern direct sales, provide technical support for InfoWatch customers, strengthen partner relations and conduct InfoWatch product training for customers and partners.
Kristina Tantsyura, Business Development director at InfoWatch Middle East said, “InfoWatch enterprise cybersecurity products and solutions are becoming more and more popular worldwide, and, in order to move forward in increasing our export opportunities, we decided to enter the key sales markets at our full capacity. The Middle Eastern branch will ensure our full-fledged presence in the region and directly communicate with customers and partners, while focusing on government agencies, finance companies, and large integrated holdings.”
InfoWatch Gulf has launched operations at the service of its current customers in the UAE and Bahrain, and is implementing InfoWatch pilot projects with new potential clients in the public sector and large businesses in the region.
Natalya Kaspersky, President, InfoWatch Group, shared the vision of opening a full-cycle representative office in Dubai to promote InfoWatch solutions in the Middle East at the Gulf Information Security Expo and Conference (GISEC) 2017.