Published: 18 February 2015
Emt Distribution, a specialist IT security products distributor, has announced the expansion of its team with the appointment of Erdal Ozkaya as chief information security officer (CISO).
Ozkaya is an IT security expert with business development and management skills.
Mohammad Mobasseri, CEO at Emt Distribution, said:"Erdal is from Australia and had been working there in the management field for over 15 years. We are confident he will be a big asset to our orgnisation and will help in supporting enterprises and government entities in the region to combat cyber threats. His global experience and knowledge will bring new a perspective to the IT security sector in across region."
Ozkaya added that: "It is important to share the same vision and passion with people you work with. I am glad Emt shares a similar vision and is passionate about its work, which has lead the company to be one of the fastest growing value added distributors across Middle East. Enterprises in this region need to embrace information security to defend themselves against the growing menace of cyber threats."
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