As part of its business continuity plan, Nexus Insurance Brokers L.L.C – a leading financial advisor, secured its IT infrastructure with ESET NOD32 Business Edition, thus allowing the company to enhance Employee Productivity, Mobility and Operational Efficiency significantly.
The company researched a wide range of security solutions before deciding on ESET and in 2009, Nexus switched to ESET NOD32 Business Edition – Version 4 with an initial 450 licenses; this was deployed across its regional offices – in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Qatar, Lebanon and KSA.
“We are pleased to have chosen ESET antivirus solution as it meets our requirements and current expectations. It is a powerful and low-cost Enterprise solution that offers real-time protection compared to other antivirus technologies. I highly recommend other CIO’s and IT Managers to consider ESET to ensure a secure and dynamic IT Environment,” said Mr. Weldon Robert DeSouza, Chief Information Officer (CIO), Nexus Insurance Brokers L.L.C.
Mr. Aji Joseph, General Manager, ESET Middle East, further added: “We are proud and happy that Nexus Insurance, a leading independent financial advisors in the Gulf, has chosen ESET NOD32 over other security products. ESET, a leader in proactive threat detection is favored by many leading companies in the region as the antivirus product of choice as it offers maximum protection with low system footprint and fast scanning speeds. ESET has the manageability and capabilities that Nexus Insurance needs to easily exchange information, without having to worry about malware attacks. We are quite confident that Nexus Insurance will reap the many rewards of deploying ESET, including time and cost benefits.”
Being one of the oldest and largest independent financial advisors in the region, investment in IT security was imperative for Nexus Insurance Brokers Group to offer secure level of financial service and protect its customers from unexpected threats. Once deployed, little administrator intervention was required – any viruses / attacks that were detected were safely quarantined; allowing the company to significantly reduce downtime.