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CSG Invotas to Participate in InfoSec Europe 2014

CSG Invotas, the exciting enterprise security business from CSG International, Inc. (NASDAQ: CSGS), today announced its participation at Infosecurity Europe 2014.

Infosecurity Europe is Europe's number one information security event. It features more than 325 exhibitors, the most diverse range of new products and services, an unrivalled education program, and over 13,000 unique visitors from every segment of the industry. Executives from CSG Invotas will be on hand to discuss top trends in today’s security environments. They will offer live demonstrations at the top of every hour to show the value of unifying the management of security devices and the ways digital workflows can help accelerate security team performance. The demos will highlight real-world use-cases that include a coordinated response to phishing attacks, how to address corrupt VPN users in minutes, and the ways threat enrichment can be made relevant to enterprise security environments.

Additionally, Paul Nguyen, president of global security solutions at CSG Invotas, will lead the session, “How to Accelerate Your Response to Cyber Attacks” on Thursday, 1 May from 14.15 -15.15 in the Information Security Exchange Theatre. The session will show how large organizations can design automated courses of action to replace manual tasks and deliver faster response times to shift the dynamics of existing defense protocols. It will explore a variety of automated and semi-automated security actions and evaluate how automation can transform reactive decisions into proactive defense strategies.

Who:

 

Mike Henderson, president at CSG Invotas

Paul Nguyen, president of global security solutions at CSG Invotas

George Fraser, vice president of Europe, the Middle East, and Africa at CSG

Jessica Gulick, chief strategist at CSG Invotas

Where:

Infosecurity Europe, stand F98

When:

29 April – 1 May

What:

Meet with CSG Invotas executives to learn:
  • How automation and orchestration tools can reduce the cybersecurity skills gap
  • Why responding to attacks in real time provides increased levels of business assurance, continuity, efficiency, and risk management; decreased technology operations costs; and the ability to protect mission-critical infrastructure continuously and securely
  • The importance of choosing innovative solutions that are technology agnostic and able to work with a variety of hardware, software, and implementations
  • How to implement a unified threat-response approach that dramatically improves response times, reduces risk exposure, and makes security team more valuable
  • The ways security automation frees important security team professionals from rote tasks
  • How the unification of security devices facilitates quick responses to attacks
  • The return on investment from properly executed security automation installations

“To counter threats and attacks effectively requires real-time capabilities that allow organizations to maximize their security resources,” said Mike Henderson, president at CSG Invotas. “Today’s attacks are relentless. They change and adapt at machine speed to infiltrate sensitive environments, which requires organizations to protect their complex security environments with automated, semi-automated, and on-demand actions across the enterprise.”

CSG Invotas representatives will be available to review the current security ecosystem. They will address the next evolution of defense strategies, the evolving competitive landscape, and the latest innovations in security orchestration, unified architecture, and automation capabilities using best-in-breed technology.

About CSG Invotas

CSG Invotas™ offers security orchestration and automation solutions that provide dynamic, real-time management of large security ecosystems. It enables security professionals to respond effectively to ever-changing cyber threats. Invotas builds upon CSG’s proven solutions and expertise to support the mitigation and eradication of cyber attacks across complex enterprise environments. For more information, please visit www.csginvotas.com.

About CSG International

CSG Systems International, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSGS) is a market-leading business support solutions and services company serving the majority of the top 100 global communications service providers, including leaders in fixed, mobile, and next-generation networks such as AT&T, Comcast, DISH, Orange, Reliance, SingTel Optus, Telecom New Zealand, Telefonica, Time Warner Cable, T-Mobile, Verizon, Vivo, and Vodafone. With more than 30 years of experience and expertise in voice, video, data, and content services, CSG International offers a broad portfolio of licensed and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)-based products and solutions that help clients compete more effectively, improve business operations and deliver a more impactful customer experience across a variety of touch points. For more information, visit our website at www.csgi.com.

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