The cloud is everywhere today. However, many organisations as well as individuals still don’t fully trust the nature of the cloud. Security correspondent Daniel Bardsley speaks to experts about the risk perception and privacy challenges of the cloud.
As the threat landscape continues to grow, the fight between organisations and cybercriminals can often feel like a high-stakes cat-and-mouse game. To reduce the impact of cyber-attacks and data breaches, companies today need to be financially prepared and having a cyber insurance makes smart business sense.
Emirates NBD bank recently warned customers to beware of a phishing email that was doing the rounds entitled “VAT Refund …
NetApp may open an office in Abu Dhabi as it focuses on growing its market share in the Gulf region after what it admits has been a mixed picture over the years.
Cloud computing is “transforming every industry around the world”, the CEO of the cloud data services company NetApp has said, forcing companies to get on board or risk of seeing their business model disappear.
The cloud data services company NetApp, which is enjoying double-digit annual revenue increases in the Middle East, has announced a range of upgraded services as it looks to drive continued growth.
Publicity over cyberespionage has not stopped the Russian cybersecurity specialist Kaspersky Lab from growing rapidly in the Middle East in 2018, with business linked to enterprises increasing by nearly 30 percent.
The cybersecurity specialist Kaspersky Lab could open a “Transparency Centre” in Dubai to strengthen confidence among regulators and partners, a …
With the increasing number and frequency of sophisticated attacks on the banking sector in the region, the need to develop a comprehensive cybersecurity programme is now more pertinent than ever.
One factor in the growth of fileless attacks is the wider availability of hacker toolkits that facilitate their deployment.
Machine learning and artificial intelligence will shift the balance against cyber-attackers by offering greater assistance to cyber defence efforts, Oracle’s chief corporate architect has said.
For more than two decades, Abdul Rahman Al Thehaiban has worked for Oracle, starting off as a sales director for the company’s Saudi operation and now a senior vice president covering the Middle East, Turkey and Africa.
The growth of artificial intelligence is so central to digital technology that by 2025 AI will be included in all cloud applications, the CEO of Oracle has predicted.
While connected devices can make daily household chores more convenient, it could also be a doorway for hackers.