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24 Apr, 2024
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Leading cybersecurity experts, researchers, business leaders and government officials from more than 20 countries gathered at the first international Cyber Immunity Conference.

Exploring the complex and evolving cyber threat landscape, conference attendees gained invaluable insights into the future of our digital age and celebrated the pioneering efforts of early Cyber Immunity Champions.

Cyber Immunity is an innovative approach to developing inherently secure IT systems.  It provides technology systems with built-in protection against existing and yet unknown cyber threats.  Cyber Immunity has already become a trademark and is uniting more and more players in the industry to build a secure future.

We are honored to welcome all experts and guests to the first international Kaspersky Cyber Immunity Conference. For us, Cyber Immunity has been a long journey — it began 22 years ago with a visionary idea, grew into a methodology, and then into our own operating system and product portfolio. Now, it is evolving into a community of remarkable experts who share the philosophy of Cyber Immunity and are ready to build partnerships around it. It's a great journey, and it's starting again with new challenges and goals to pursue.

stated Eugene Kaspersky, Kaspersky CEO.

At the conference, the cybersecurity company revealed Cyber Immune's updated product, Kaspersky Thin Client 2.0, designed to protect remote workplace infrastructure. With improved connectivity and performance, it is optimized for effective use in organizations with extensive branch networks and geographically distributed businesses. The product premiere was followed by the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with SCOPE Middle East. Under this agreement, SCOPE Middle East will distribute Kaspersky Thin Client 2.0 in the United Arab Emirates, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Jordan.

By joining forces with Kaspersky, SCOPE Middle East is fortifying digital defenses across the Middle East. Our partnership heralds a new era of cyber resilience, ensuring that businesses in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, and Jordan stand fortified against evolving threats. Together, we empower organizations with cutting-edge Cyber Immune solutions and comprehensive security management suite plug-ins, safeguarding their digital landscapes with unparalleled efficacy.

said Fadi AbuEkab, CEO of SCOPE Middle East.

Memorandums of Understanding between Kaspersky and Moro Hub (UAE) and Kaspersky and Favoriot (Malaysia), which were also signed at the conference, provide for joint cooperation in industrial IoT, joint market development and advocacy for Cyber Immunity.

The conference included a special award ceremony for cybersecurity champions - early adopters of the approach who are successfully working towards its wider adoption and/or application in the context of global digital transformation. These included ARC Advisory Group, Aswant Distribution (Malaysia ), Boll Engineering AG Germany), Centerm (China), IOTAC Association (EU), Municipal Council of Kangar (Malaysia), and TSplus (France).

I highly appreciate the partnership between Kaspersky and TSplus, and happy to work together, building a safer digital future. I’m looking forward to meeting at Kaspersky Cyber Immunity Conference next year.

said Dominique Benoit, CEO at TSplus.