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HOB Presents Intelligent Remote Access Solutions at the IDC IT Security Roadshow in Prague

On March 13, 2014 the IDC IT Security Roadshow in Prague opens its doors once again. The IDC Event offers an excellent information and exchange platform for new trends and technologies in IT security. It is important to strengthen the awareness for IT security, especially in this day and age. This is because cybercrime is becoming more and more intelligent and economic espionage prevails worldwide. As a leading IT security expert, HOB is in on the action as a Silver Sponsor for the IDC IT Security Roadshow. HOB presents thereby the latest IT security trends as well as its Common Criteria EAL 4+ certified solutions.

IDC Symposium: IT Security from A to Z

According to the theme "Securing Your Business in a World of Risk" , the IDC IT Security Roadshow 2014 will visit many major cities in Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa from February until September 2014. The roadshow will visit the National Museum in Prague on March 13, 2014. The event will give visitors fresh impetus in the areas of cyber security, IT security management, management of BYOD risks, privacy/data security and much more. Many opportunities for networking, discussions and exchange of experiences will also be offered.

Highly secure remote access solutions from HOB

HOB will be presenting smart IT security solutions for secure remote access with all types of devices on a variety of target systems at the IDC IT Security Roadshow. From the IT security perspective, HOB solutions provide maximum protection for data communications. They provide the right security concept for all business situations whether at the home office or while on the go. With the core product HOB RD VPN, users can easily and securely access centralized corporate resources at any time and from anywhere in the world. What is even better is that no data is ever stored on the mobile device. Even if the device is lost, no sensitive company information can be compromised. This is a great advantage especially in the mobile era. HOB secure remote access solutions use the most advanced encryption and authentication methods for user identification. In addition, HOB RD VPN recently received a Common Criteria certification with the security level EAL 4 +.

The presentation from Mr. Frank Wittmann, HOB Account Manager, on "Secure Remote Access to Central Company Resources" will offer even more insight in IT security. The presentation will take place on March 13 at 2:50 PM, in the breakout session area of the IDC IT Security Roadshow Prague. There, Mr. Wittmann will present a comprehensive overview of the new mobility trends and discuss solutions, such as remote access solutions ensuring the security of corporate data. The HOB expert team is pleased to present its solutions to visitors and functionalities in live demos. As an IT security expert, HOB strives to guarantee its customers that their corporate resources are always highly protected. Therefore, HOB stays true to the motto: Your Knowledge, Your People, Your Future!

Always Up-to-Date in Terms of Remote Access and IT Security

With additional information and news online, HOB offers many opportunities to stay up-to-date. Find information on secure remote access, mobile working, cloud computing and IT security on the HOB Trendtalk Blog, on Google+ and Facebook. For videos, check out our YouTube channel. And if time is short, there is always the latest news on Twitter. And have a look at our Slideshare channel, with interesting information all about remote access and IT security.

About HOB

HOB GmbH & Co. KG is a German medium-sized company, developing innovative and multiply rewarded software solutions that are marketed worldwide. The core competencies of the successful company HOB, founded in 1964, comprise server-based computing, secure remote access, VoIP and virtualization. HOB products are deployed in small, mid-sized and large enterprises. Further, some HOB products are certified according to Common Criteria. HOB remote access solutions received the quality mark from TeleTrust “IT Security Made in Germany.”

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