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French Pavilion showcases innovative IT-security players at Infosecurity 2011

16.03.2011
The French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in London will present nine innovative French companies on the French Pavilion at the Infosecurity trade show, which will take place at Earl’s Court (in London) from 19 to 21 April 2011. These French companies will showcase their proven expertise in IT security, covering both products and services.

France is home to numerous, internationally renowned players that specialise in protecting high-integrity networks and in supplying IT-security devices and services, which play a crucial role in protecting the IT infrastructure.

The French participants are looking to develop partnerships in the UK and will be available for one-to-one business meetings on the French Pavilion (Stands H85, H83, and H81) during the Infosecurity trade show, which will take place at Earl’s Court 1, in London, from 19 to 21 April 2011.

Companies on the French Pavilion are listed below; further information is available on request.

ActivNetworks

ActivNetworks provides solutions that add to the performance and security of HTML and XML flows, web services and web applications. BoostEdge by ActivNetworks is an application-delivery-controller (ADC) that accelerates web response time by optimising and reducing data flows.

For further information, please go to: www.activnetworks.com

Conscio Technologies

Conscio Technologies has developed a range of software solutions that promote awareness around internet security issues. The company has designed Sensiwave, which is a software solution available in Saas mode. Sensiwave enables users to optimise the communication of projects, whether it is for implementing a new strategy or preparing for relocation.

For further information, please go to: www.conscio-technologies.com

Languedoc Roussillon

The Sud de France Export stand (H81A and H81B) will showcase several innovative companies that specialise in IT security. Sud de France Export, the international development agency for the region of Languedoc Rousillon (in southern France), will present companies from across the IT sector.

For further information, please go to: www.paycool.net or www.netheos.net

Login People

Login People supplies security solutions for access to networks, whether access is open to all users (public access) or restricted (private access). Its Digital DNA Technology® allows network users to authenticate what they know (pin code) and what they own (laptops, smartphones or USB keys).

For further information, please go to: www.loginpeople.com (formerly Mobilegov)

Mobiquant Technologies

Mobiquant Technologies provides fully automated, standard-based security management for mobile wireless deployments. The company’s Mobile NX Enterprise Suite™ range of products provides customers with total control over their mobile fleet through the multiplatform management of the security of their terminals.

For further information, please go to: www.mobiquant.com

OïkiaLog

OïkiaLog develops innovative solutions to increase the security of high-risk machines such as workstations and application servers (CalyxSuite and USE). OïkiaLog also offers SecureMan – an e-learning solution that can be installed on a company’s intranet to train users in the basic principles of IT security and data protection.

For further information, please go to: www.oikialog.com

VADE RETRO TECHNOLOGY

Vade Retro Technology specialises in developing and distributing solutions to protect messaging systems against unwanted emails. Clients include ISPs, other companies, public-sector entities, and private individuals.

For further information, please go to: www.vade-retro.com

VulnIT

VulnIT (Vulnerability Identification Tool) has designed an innovative, automatic and accessible solution to assist companies of any size or sector to perform efficient IT-security audits.

For further information, please go to: www.vulnit.com

WALLIX

WALLIX is a specialist in IT-security solutions for Identity and Access Management (IAM). WALLIX AdminBastion (WAB) provides surveillance and monitoring for high-risk accounts, privilege accounts and administrator accounts with access to company data, ensuring access control, traceability and session recording of all operators intervening in an IT system.

For further information, please go to: www.wallix.com


About the French Trade Commission
The Trade Commission of the French Embassy in London promotes trade development between France and the UK by offering a range of services to French-based companies. The New Technologies Sector organises B2B events in the form of conferences and networking opportunities, mainly in London.

Infosecurity will take place at Earl’s Court 1 in central London (UK) from 19 to 21 April 2011, between 9.30am and 5.30pm. (On the last day, the trade show closes at 4.00pm.) The French Pavilion can be found at Stands H85, H83 and H81.

For further information, please contact Ms Mary-Ann Williams, Press Officer, or Ms Myriam Sengayire, Senior Trade Advisor (see below).

Ms Myriam Sengayire
Senior Trade Development Adviser
New Technologies Department
French Trade Commission UBIFRANCE in London
Email: myriam.sengayire@ubifrance.fr
Tel: +44 (0)20 7024 3643 (direct line)

For further information, please contact :
Quote ref. : FTPB3562
Ms Mary-Ann WILLIAMS - Press Officer
UBIFRANCE Press Office in London
Tel: +44 (0) 207 024 3640
mary-ann.williams@ubifrance.fr

Mary-Ann Williams | UBIFRANCE
Further information:
http://www.ubifrance.com/uk/

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