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Spectrami upbeat on roadshows

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Spectrami, a leading value-added distributor, is upbeat on the recently-concluded Spectrami Predictive Cyber Defense Roadshow 2019 held across seven different countries and eight cities.

Taking start from the iconic Burj Al Arab in Dubai, the multiple city security roadshows across Middle East , Turkey and Africa attracted top-notch industry leaders, business analysts, over 80 CIOs and around 650 customers.

This was stated by Anand Choudha, CEO and president of Spectrami, during an exclusive interview with Gulf Today, adding that the security landscape is changing from preventive approach to predictive approach. He mentioned that the roadshows highlighted the key solutions and services deliberated to support predictive cyber defense model.

“With our key technology partners, we intended to address the challenges faced by end-users not just from product or solution perspective but from the framework and policy aspect too. Time has come for industry leaders to adopt the predictive security approach rather than the preventive security approach.”

Choudha expressed his optimism that his company is operating in the market since 2011 and is marching ahead , adding that he is quite optimistic to register around $100 million revenue growth ahead of 2020, adding that kind of portfilio his firm carries is niche, customised and solution-oriented. “The vulnerability analytics, security analytics and multi-vendor threat intelligence are three major pillars of prediction-based approach, which Spectrami working to help all the decision makers to stop the attacks before they hit their organization. The security roadshows also featured several of the subject matter experts that shared used case studies and demonstrations,” he concluded.

Echoing the similar sentiments, the CTO of Spectrami, Sarfaraz Kazi said “Technology is evolving very fast, which is driving the need to relook at our strategies and develop a predictive risk management strategy that will enable organisations to proactively identify threats and allows them to stay ahead of potential threats.”