CyberGuard on global conference tour

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Security firm CyberGuard is to present a global security seminar throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

The conferences will link top security professionals with CyberGuard executives to discuss security trends, threats and solutions.

"The CyberGuard specialists adopted a holistic approach in presenting a very complex subject with great clarity and simplicity," said Arthur Richard, president of the Kuwait chapter of the international association of certified security professionals. "They enabled us to understand the real issues involved and the elegance of solutions available. We came away with the ability to make better-informed decisions."

One of the seminars in Kuwait last March, attracted more than 60 high-profile security professionals. The seminar featured speakers including Hassib El-Assaad, Sybari regional manager of Middle East and North Africa and Andrew Clarke, vice president and managing director of CyberGuard's EMEA division.

www.cyberguard.com

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