Cybersecurity leaders and home to the brands eScan, MailScan and Nemasis, MicroWorld Group of Companies have announced the promotion of Ms. Shweta Thakare to the position of Vice President – Global Sales & Marketing. Effective immediately, she will be responsible for handling the marketing strategies and promotions of all of MicroWorld's cybersecurity brands, propagating the brand message and strengthening their presence across the globe with compelling sales. She will continue to be intimately involved in day-to-day operations, but with a concentrated focus on overall business strategy and sales opportunities that will drive the company's long-term success.
With the aim of driving security transformation across the world, MicroWorld Technologies, a leading name from the cybersecurity sector, has confirmed their participation in the year’s biggest technology event - GISEC, which will be held at the Dubai World Trade Centre from the 6th to the 10th of December 2020.
In a year which has displayed the malicious prowess that threat actors possess, MicroWorld plans to showcase their proactive cybersecurity solutions, including the newly launched eScan Enterprise EDR, at the technology event which would bridge the knowledge gap between detecting potential threats and mitigating them through cybersecurity and technological awareness. In addition to showcasing their security solutions, they will also undertake an initiative to educate partners about the latest security technologies and best practices offered by MicroWorld, through discussions with their technology experts.
On June 05, 2020, MicroWorld Technologies Private Limited has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In), Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Government of India for collaboration in the area of cyber security.
Through this MoU CERT-In and MicroWorld Tech Private Limited propose to work together to enhance the overall security of the computing environment in India and to address the increasingly complex problems associated with cyber security threats. The MoU would facilitate cooperation for detection of latest cyber security threats such as malware/botnets that can adversely affect the information assets and privacy of the general users in the country and devise appropriate security measures while providing security tools to enable such users to secure their systems.