LU-CIX ASBL, the Luxembourg Internet Exchange Point, is pleased to welcome Radware, a leading provider of cyber security and application delivery solutions, as a new platinum member. The addition of Radware raises the number of LU-CIX members to nearly 70, connecting more and more players of the ICT business ecosystem in the Greater Region.
Radware’s award-winning solutions for physical, cloud, and software defined data centers secure the digital experience by providing infrastructure, application, and corporate IT protection and availability services to enterprises globally. Recognised as an industry leader, Radware is a partner with Amazon, Check Point, Cisco, Microsoft, and Nokia.
“We are especially happy to welcome Radware to our community. For several years now, we have been promoting threat prevention and cybersecurity best practices, particularly through our events. We are, therefore, delighted to have Radware joining us as a security expert,” stated Claude Demuth, Chairman of LU-CIX ASBL.
On November 17, Pascal Geenens, director of threat intelligence for Radware, will participate as an expert speaker in the 3-day Luxembourg Internet Days event dedicated to Network Security and Cloud Security. During his presentation entitled, “Our Digital Future as We Know it is at Risk,” Geenens will discuss the growing gap between organizations that prioritize security and those that have little or no security strategy. He’ll also talk about whether security awareness is keeping pace with threats; the sophisticated nature of today’s cyber-attacks; and today’s threat actors and the tools and techniques they deploy.
“We are pleased to join LU-CIX in raising cybersecurity awareness,” said Olivier Devis, Radware’s country manager for Benelux. “It’s another way we can help support the global Internet community and the secure development of Internet connections and traffic routes.”
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