Tenable’s regional director, Maher Jadallah, explains how the increasing number of connected devices is impacting an organisation’s cyber exposure.
How Dimension Data is revolutionising cycling with data analytics
“By collecting and augmenting a variety of data sources, we are able to tell a story to the spectators from the moment the race starts right through to the very end that wouldn’t otherwise be possible,” said Tim Wade, senior director of architecture at Dimension Data’s Sports Practice.
UAE women in STEM roles “almost triple” the global standard
Speaking at a breakfast briefing today hosted by Mecomed to celebrate International Women’s Day, Al Amiri said that the number of women enrolling in STEM subject courses in the Middle East equate to approximately 50 percent of applicants.
How mh Service is transforming law enforcement with computer forensics
Numan Ahmad, director at mh Service, discusses how technology is impacting the way law enforcement agencies in the region operate.
How artificial intelligence is impacting cybersecurity
Kristina Tantsyura, director of Infowatch Gulf, highlights the company’s latest products on offer at ISNR 2018, and discusses the impact that artificial intelligence is having on cybersecurity.
Why cyber exposure needs to become a priority for CISOs
In this increasingly dynamic threat landscape that companies encounter on a daily basis, organisations must adopt a more consistent method of assessing their cyber exposure, says Tenable regional director, Maher Jadallah.
Dubai using smart tech to reduce police station visits: AI chief
Dubai Police’s smart police stations and its Robocop employee have been on show at ISNR 2018 this week, which are said to both be a part of the force’s target to reduce the number of people attending police stations by 80% by the end of 2018.
Most crimes will be committed by machines in 2040: Dubai Police
Speaking at ISNR 2018 in Abu Dhabi today, Brigadier Khalid Nasser Al Razooqi claimed that the majority of crimes will be committed by machines by the year 2040.
IoT and predictive analytics key to making cities safe: Frost & Sullivan
A recent Frost & Sullivan survey found that the Internet of Things and predictive analytics will have the greatest impact on smart city projects – from a safe city perspective – going forward.
Cyber insurance is not a replacement for investing in security: experts
Cybersecurity insurance should be considered the “last line of defence” and not a replacement for investment in security tools, said experts at a panel discussion this morning.
Homeland security exhibition opens in Abu Dhabi
The eighth edition of the International Exhibition on National Security and Resilience (ISNR) opened today in Abu Dhabi, bringing together technology providers and government entities to showcase their latest solutions in homeland security.
Technology “vital” for UAE law enforcement, says Dubai security chief
Ex-Dubai Police chief, HE Dhahi Khalfan Tamim – who is now deputy chairman of police and public security in Dubai, was present at the exhibition, and told Tahawul Tech how vital technology is for transforming law enforcement across the globe.
Going digital is no longer an option, says Kuwaiti tech leaders
The changing role of IT in this era of digital transformation that we now find ourselves in is a hot topic of discussion, and one that was touched upon yesterday during a CNME and ManageEngine symposium in Kuwait.
MWC 2018: Day four highlights
Autonomous cars and 5G networks took centre stage on the final day at Mobile World Congress 2018. Glesni Holland reports.