On 25th May the General Data Protection Regulation is set to kick in and while European businesses are the primary target of this new law, its impact will be felt by organisations in regions outside the EU bloc. Are Middle East firms ready for GDPR?
Over the last few years, the healthcare industry has become a prime target of cyber-attacks. While most healthcare organisations are committed to patient privacy no matter what it takes, some are still behind in terms of cybersecurity adoption and advancement.
One place in the world that does not lack enthusiasm for cryptocurrencies is Dubai: the emirate is home to a string of initiatives linked to the blockchain-based virtual currencies.
Every technological wave brings with it a plethora of vulnerabilities. With the cybersecurity landscape constantly changing, how can today’s organisations prepare for the threats ahead?
The Internet of Things (IoT) is among one of the most exciting developments in the technology industry. As the race to make the interconnected era a reality continue to gather pace, there is a criticial issue that organisations need to solve: security.
Bodyo is a health-tech company that uses an AI-powered full body scanner to empower UAE residents with the necessary insights to become fitter and healthier.
In a bid to stay apace with the burgeoning competition for customers here in the UAE – one of the world’s most desirable tourist destinations, corporate vice president of IT Samir Abi Frem, sought to make a number of changes to the company’s operations.
Ashraf Sheet, regional director, Middle East and Africa, Infoblox, discusses the importance of network visibility and control, and the future of connectivity.
In a region so rich with energy, full of cities with bright lights and air conditioning that helps residents to …
The new DS418play is a 4-bay NAS device that is specifically designed for storing heavy multimedia data, especially high definition videos.
The race to build Middle East data centres is swiftly gathering pace. As public and private sector organisations across the …
It has long been a favourite scene in films and television dramas: a driver desperately stamping on the pedals in …
Biometric security, whether fingerprint, facial or iris recognition, is fast emerging as the preferred way to safeguard the data of companies and individuals from threat actors. However, while biometric identification may be less prone to theft and spoofing than passwords, it’s still vulnerable to hacking.
Women continue to be underrepresented in the cybersecurity workforce, which leads to missed opportunities for today’s organisations to acquire the best information security talents. But what is holding the security industry back from attracting more women in the field?