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Israeli Start-Ups meet with Indian Information Security Industry in New Delhi
09/09/2014
50 leading Indian companies are expected to participate in the event.

The third annual event on the Indian Information Security Industry will take place on September 30, 2014.  It will focus on meetings with a group of Indian companies from the sector. These will include decision makers in banks, financial institutions, leading companies, distributors and integrators.


The upcoming event is being sponsored by Israel’s Check Point Security, one of the leading and most prominent companies in this field, and will be held with the cooperation of India’s ELGroup company, while Telecom News and Communication Today will participate in the preparations for the event and on the follow up on it.


Mr. David Hava, CEO of MIW  said, "With an average growth of over  9%  per year in the last 5 years, India is slowly acquiring global power status. We need to remember, even pessimists expect growth of at least 40% over the next 5 years.  This is huge by any standard. India is one of the markets that is growing and companies in the fields of information security, IT and Telecom should take note of this. This third annual event will be even larger than the earlier two as representatives from dozens of Indian companies will come to examine the technologies in information security of Israel." 

The Israeli delegation will include  a group of 10 companies and a leading data security solutions for medium-large enterprises, including: Promisec, Communitake, Beyond Security, Smufs and Puresight.

From among the Indian companies that participated in the last event, the following are expected to participate this time: ULIP telecom - 4,000 Employees;.Tata TeleServices - More than 10,000 Employees; HCL Infosystems – 10,000 Employees and ICICI Bank. Altogether about 50 leading companies are expected to be there.


Source: System Telecom News 

 

 

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