Kurt Muehmel, Everyday AI Strategic Advisor at Dataiku has penned an exclusive op-ed for September’s edition of CNME, in which …
Mark Schwartz, Enterprise Strategist and Evangelist, AWS spoke with Daniel Shepherd, Deputy Editor, tahawultech, at AWS Cloud Day about the potential of GenAI, advances in cloud migration and advances in infrastructure modernisation we should look forward to.
Fady Younes, Cybersecurity Director, EMEA Service Providers and MEA, at Cisco, has penned an exclusive thought leadership article for tahawultech.com …
Nader Paslar, Head of Digital Transformation at GBS, has penned an exclusive thought leadership op-ed on how low-code solutions can …
More than half (53%) feel unprepared to cope with a targeted attack, up from 47% the previous year.
Ransomware attacks are on the rise, becoming not only more frequent but also more destructive. Rick Vanover, Senior Director, Product …
In today’s digital age, re-evaluating networks and cybersecurity operations is essential, particularly in the UAE, where the threat landscape is rapidly evolving.
Positive Technologies: four out of five attacks targeted in nature.
Kingston Technology Europe Co LLP, an affiliate of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., a world leader in memory products and technology solutions, emphasises the compelling reasons behind the adoption of Data Centre SSDs for upgrades, shedding light on the advantages they offer for companies looking to enhance their IT infrastructure.
It Takes Less Than a Day for Attackers to Reach Active Directory—Companies’ Most Critical Asset. The Vast Majority of Ransomware Attacks Occur Outside of Business Hours.
It is clear that to please the younger generation of banking customers, institutions must move away from user-driven CIAM systems towards the less invasive DBA.
Low-code development’s potential to add value up and down the value chain, across departments, and all at every rung of the enterprise is clear.
Videonetics elevated traffic surveillance at the toll gates of the most populous city of UAE.
Spacecolon is a small toolset used to deploy variants of Scarab ransomware to victims all over the world, and ESET Research believes it is of Turkish origin.