Emirates Flight Catering (EKFC) will co-invest $40 million to build the world’s largest vertical farming facility near Al Maktoum International Airport at Dubai World Central.
Banking and finance security innovations in the UAE is set to drive the GCC’s cybersecurity market to $8 billion in 2018 as organisations optimise emerging technologies such as facial recognition. iris scans and crypto currency.
The Abu Dhabi City Municipality, ADM, has launched a new service aimed at engaging community members.
Abu Dhabi Global Market’s new framework will regulate crypto asset activities, including those undertaken by exchanges and other intermediaries in the finance hub.
The UAE and Kuwait were found to be among the most vulnerable in a Trend Micro report analysing worldwide threats.
Abu Dhabi Police has made savings of $353 million through its use of digital services. The emirate’s force has also …
The International Institute for Tolerance part of Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives has launched the World Tolerance Summit to promote diversity through innovation.
Abu Dhabi Police has reportedly processed 4,462,784 digital transactions last year, enabling the entity to save up to $353 million (AED1.3 billion) and 9.5 million client visits.
The UAE Ministry of Interior has recently signed a strategic agreement with telco Etisalat to work together for the supply, installation, operation and maintenance of fire alarm systems in homes and link them with the civil defence operation rooms.
The UAE accounted for 2.4 million of the 1.7 billion ransomware attacks detected globally in Q1 of 2018, according to a recent report by cybersecurity solutions firm Trend Micro.
The UAE National Archives has launched three new publications that are available on its smart platform, WAM reported.
The UAE Space Agency and the South African National Space Agency, SANSA, signed MoU for cooperation between them in the areas of peaceful exploration of the outer space.
Norton shares eight easy steps parents can consider to protect their children and find the right approach for their family.
A majority of UAE parents (96 percent) worry about their children’s online safety but many may not know how to protect them, according to a recent study by Norton.