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Aujas Networks supports National IT Conference 2011 as Information Security Partner

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Auja Networks India has tied up with the Computer Society of Sri Lanka to be the Information Security Partner for the forthcoming National Information Technology Conference (NITC). The conference themed “Exploiting ICT Trends for Collaborative Development” is scheduled to be held on 24 & 25 August 2011 at Galadari Hotel Colombo.

Speaking on the tie-up, Sunil Kumar Business Manager – Strategic Accounts Aujas Networks Pvt. Ltd., said “Aujas is pleased to be associated with the Computer Society of Sri Lanka as the ‘Information Security Partner’ in 29th National Information Technology Conference.

Information Security and Risk management have become critical in this era of cloud computing, mobile, virtualisation and IT Consumerisation. The old paradigms of perimeter security are necessary, but no longer sufficient to protect the critical information. We look forward to discuss the changing paradigm of information risk management with the esteemed guests at the Conference”.

He further added “Aujas is a Global Information Risk Management (IRM) company providing professional services in the area of information risk with a presence in Asia, US, Europe and Middle East.

We help enterprises to manage information risk and enhance value through innovation and excellence. Our service portfolio includes Information Risk advisory services, Secure Development Life-cycle services, Identity and Access Management services, Managed Information Risk services, Vulnerability Management services and Converged Security services”.

Responding to Sunil Kumar, the CSSL official said “We thank Auja Networks India for their sponsorship as Information Security Partner for NITC 11. This shows the recognition for NITC by international parties.

 The conference provides an opportunity for the ICT community in Sri Lanka to obtain first hand experience from both local and international ICT experts. We are confident that NITC 11 will be a success with number of local and foreign participations”   

The NITC organised by the Computer Society of Sri Lanka (CSSL) is one of the top most ICT events in Sri Lanka.

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