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CPX to Showcase Cutting-Edge Cybersecurity Solutions

Abu Dhabi, UAE – March 3, 2023: CPX Holding, a leading provider of digital-first cybersecurity solutions and services, will showcase its complete end-to-end cybersecurity capabilities at the Gulf Information Security Expo & Conference (GISEC) 2023.

This will mark the first time CPX exhibits at an event, presenting a unique opportunity for the company to demonstrate its solutions and commitment to the UAE’s vision of becoming the leading digital economy and among the most cyber-safe nations in the world.

“At CPX, our mandate is to improve the security posture of organizations in the UAE, and as such, we are thrilled to participate in GISEC 2023 and share our solutions with attendees,” said Khaled Al Melhi, CEO of CPX.

Home grown and UAE-based, CPX was officially launched at GISEC last year and has since developed a unique framework across the three core principles of cyber resilience, namely, assess, protect, and operate. Under this framework, CPX has developed high-performing cyber security solutions, coupled with cyber innovation and governance.

“We believe that GISEC 2023 is an excellent platform to showcase our latest solutions and services, and contribute to initiatives that make the UAE a secure place. Providing the right solutions, education, and tools to identify and combat cyber threats, empowers organizations to better protect themselves and ultimately make the UAE more cyber-resilient.”

In today’s fast-changing business environment, as organisations adopt new technologies to maintain their market competitiveness, they also increase the risk of being exposed to new, more sophisticated cyber threats. CPX equips customers to mitigate these unprecedented security risks with its dynamic cybersecurity solutions and remains committed to building a vibrant cybersecurity ecosystem in today’s digital-first world.

CPX will be exhibiting at GISEC 2023 in hall 8 at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

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