Partners - IDC IT Security Roadshow 2017 | Events | IDC CEMA

We are proud to partner the following companies for this event. Click on their logos below to find out more about them.

Gold Partner(s)

Integrated Telecom Company (ITC) is one of today's fastest-growing telecom companies offering latest solutions of broadband, connectivity, cloud computing, managed services, satellite services and internet services for businesses, wholesale and consumers segments.

ITC has maintained its technological pace progressively for more than a decade as one of the most reliable telecoms that earned the confidence and trust of most government and semi-government sectors and private sectors from financial groups, large organizations, major oil and gas companies as well as small and medium-sized businesses


Silver Partner(s)


Qualys is a pioneer and leading provider of cloud-based security and compliance solutions with over 9,200 customers in more than 100 countries. Founded in 1999, Qualys has established strategic partnerships with leading managed service providers and consulting organizations including Accenture, BT, Cognizant Technology Solutions, Deutsche Telekom, Fujitsu, HCL Technologies, HPE, Infosys, NTT, Optiv, SecureWorks, Tata Communications, Verizon, and Wipro. The company is also a founding member of the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA).

Kingston Technology entered the market with a single product in 1987 and has since grown to be the world's largest independent manufacturer of memory products. Kingston’s Encrypted USB product line offers the ultimate security system for your data on the move, so that it gets the security it deserves!

Nexthink is the leader in real-time analytics for end-user experience monitoring. By combining continuous sentiment analysis and technical measurements, Nexthink is revolutionizing IT operations. Our unique visualizations allow IT to quickly understand the end-user experience and transform IT operations from reactive to proactive, reduce costs, improve security and end-user productivity. Ninety percent (90%) of IT Execs say their end-users struggle with technology problems that they have no way to detect. With end-user expectations increasing and the move towards hybrid-IT – monitoring networks and servers is no longer enough – operations need analytics from the endpoints to understand the real end-user experience.