Turkmen banking sector exploring issues of cybersecurity
ASHGABAT, Turkmenistan, Dec. 5
By Huseyn Hasanov– Trend:
A seminar for bank employees on cybersecurity issues organized by the Turkmen Tranzit local company with the participation of MUK International group of companies (Ukraine) was held in Ashgabat, Trend reports Dec. 5 with reference to the Turkmen Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (UIET).
Specialists held a presentation of products in the field of internet security - Check Point Software Technologies Ltd (Israel).
During the seminar, practical classes were held and issues of establishing partnership contacts were discussed, the report said.
It was reported earlier that the UIET put forward an initiative to create an IT-Cluster in line with the Concept of Development of Digital Economy for 2019-2025.
Turkmen Tranzit was established in 2010 and operates in the field of information technology and telecommunications, carries out complex deliveries of high-tech equipment from global manufacturers.
Professional implementation of security policies, building a multi-level system for protecting confidential data, introducing a reliable access control system - all these make it possible to maximize the effectiveness of the man-made component of the information protection system, the company’s website reads.
The company has Check Point Security Administrator R80, WAPPLES Basicot certificates and cooperates with foreign partners.
The main activity of MUK International is the distribution of computer equipment, peripheral and network equipment, software, solutions for building infrastructure and related services.
Specialists of this company are actively involved in development and implementation of projects using these solutions, providing a range of additional services for their dealers and developing the Value-Added Distribution model.
Currently, the MUK portfolio includes contracts with manufacturers such as 4x, AEG, Altaro, APC, BenQ, Bitdefender, Conteg, Dropsuite, e.HOT, Fortinet, Geovision, HPE, IBM, Infocus, Ivanti, IXIA, Juniper Networks, Kingston, Matrix, Microsoft, NetApp, Oracle, Qnap, Radware, RCG Power, SaneBox, Stratus, and YSoft.