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Genians Partners SMSAM and JSECURITY participate in leading global tech conferences

North Andover, Mass. – May 14, 2018 – Genians, the industry leader of innovative Network Access Control (NAC) solutions, is pleased to announce the participation of its Partners SMSAM and JSECURITY in major tech conferences this month in both Africa and Japan.

Genians @Africa

Genians‘ Africa Partner, SMSAM Systems Ltd, participated in and presented at the annual “Transform Africa Summit” hosted by “Smart Africa” in Kigali, Rwanda from May 7 -10. The theme of the conference this year was “Accelerating Africa’s Single Digital Market.” More than 100 exhibitors presented their products and services here to over 4,000 attendees from 90+ countries. Dozens of prominent speakers from the technology industry, government, and global business world provided their perspectives with regard to the ongoing digital revolutions in finance, healthcare, government, academia, and beyond.

SMSAM Systems’ CEO Sunday McDickson Samuel presented conference attendees with his firm’s comprehensive suite of cyber-security tools and practices. SMSAM takes an aggressive, top-to-bottom and end-to-end approach to securing an organization’s critical information assets. Whether performing a security audit or cyber-hardening IT systems, SMSAM brings a veteran security outlook and skillset to the challenge at hand. At “Transform Africa,” their full-service, integrated “VIPDDR (Visualize, Isolate, Prevent, Deceive, Detect, Response)” cyber-security framework was on full display. We are proud to report that Genian NAC was selected by SMSAM as one of major components of their VIPDDR model. This approach to cyber-security defense is also provided in their free online publication “Practical and Realistic Steps to Securing Your Organization Against Cyber Attacks.”

For more on the Transform Africa Summit, see
For more on SMSAM Systems Limited, visit

Genians @Japan

Meanwhile, in Japan, Genians’ Partner JSECURITY participated in the 15th Information Security EXPO Spring (IST Spring) held in Tokyo May 9 – 11. This annual trade show features over 1,500 exhibitors presenting the entire range of information security-related products and services to over 88,000 attendees. It constitutes Japan’s largest information security exhibition.

JSECURITY offers comprehensive, first-in-class products to help clients address all aspects of the rapidly growing cyber-threat landscape, from essential anti-malware defenses to anti-ransomware tools to integrated endpoint security and network access control (NAC).

In particular, JSECURITY presented their highly-effective “DeviceKeeper” product, the result of a collaborative effort between both JSECURITY and Genians to deliver a fully comprehensive and versatile Network Access Control solution to customers in the Japan market. Leveraging Genians’ entire suite of advanced Next-Gen NAC capabilities, “Devicekeeper” aims with its robust but easy-to-administer features and convenient management dashboard at attracting the Japan SME marketplace. Further, by delivering “NAC-as-a-Service” through the Cloud, “DeviceKeeper” allows Japanese customers the ability to leverage an enterprise-grade NAC core feature set more conveniently and economically via its subscription model.

For more information on the IST Spring 2018, see:
For more information on DeviceKeeper, visit or JSECURITY itself at:

About Genians

Genians (KOSDAQ: 263860) provides the industry’s leading Network Access Control solution, which helps maintain full visibility and control of all your network assets and ensures they are operating at the highest levels of security and compliance. Genians secures millions of various endpoints in organizations of all sizes and industries, including global Fortune 500 companies, the government, the military, energy, finance, healthcare, education, and more. Genians keeps working to build a better security culture in the connected world by teaming up with community and industry leaders around the world.

Why NAC? Why Genians?

Frost & Sullivan’s “Global Network Access Control Market, Forecast to 2024” indicates that Network Access Control (NAC) has become an important element in the development of Zero Trust Networks (ZTN) as it provides visibility, monitoring, and control at the network access layer.

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