Spire Solutions has announced that its core focus at GITEX will be to help governments and enterprises reimagine the triad of digital, data, and cybersecurity which is timely and crucial given the various digital transformation initiatives around the region.
Sanjeev Walia, Founder & President at Spire Solutions, said, “We are committed to the national and regional priorities and our goal is to help governments and enterprises achieve a secure and seamless digital transformation. At GITEX 2022, we will share our integrated approach to creating and executing relevant strategies and introduce unique solutions around digitization, data, and cybersecurity along with our technology partners. We will also announce industry shaping partnerships, showcase live demos and run educational sessions on all 5 days.”
Organizations are busy implementing several tools, technologies, and workflows, Spire will ensure the overall impact is positive by implementing solutions for efficient and scalable digital infrastructure & operations management with SolarWinds and prioritizing employees’ digital experience with Nexthink.
Digitization invariably produces a tremendous volume of data but managing data remains the main challenge for organizations of all sizes. Therefore, with its bespoke data company Spire Data, and partners such as Cribl and Elastic, Spire will show how to manage data end-to-end including governance, observability, modernization, automation, classification, and more.
Most importantly, the digital disruption has led to a surge in cyber risks and attacks across different industry verticals so Spire will help organizations strengthen, modernize, automate and transform their cybersecurity strategies by focusing on comprehensive detection & response (XDR) by Elastic & Corelight, continuous attack path visualization by XM Cyber, ultimate network visibility with Gigamon, secure identity governance & access management by CyberArk, digital risks management by Digital Shadows and cyber threat intelligence and attribution by Group IB, to name a few.