Bachir Moussa, Regional Director MEAR, Nozomi Networks, speaks to Anita Joseph, Editor, Security Advisor Middle East, about how the OT …
A return to pre-pandemic working practices is unlikely to happen. To learn more about the impact on networks and cyber security that COVID-19 has had on service providers, A10 Networks commissioned a survey and the results from the Middle East provide interesting insights. A large proportion of the senior IT professionals that we surveyed were adamant that the workplace won’t snap back to how it was before COVID-19, and that they expect and are preparing for a hybrid approach to working practices. The pandemic significantly raised awareness around the resiliency of the network and the robustness of security, and going forward, subscribers and enterprises expect much stronger security from their communications service providers and will demand more in their SLAs and expand to other types of service providers to get this commitment.
Help AG, the cybersecurity arm of Etisalat Digital and the region’s trusted security advisor, has launched a fully cloud-delivered Managed Advanced Web Application Firewall (AWAF) service that proactively improves the security posture for organisations relying on web-based applications.
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By Derek Manky, Chief of Security Insights and Global Threat Alliances at FortiGuard Labs Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology is powerful, …
In his latest piece, Tamer Odeh, Regional Director at SentinelOne in the Middle East discusses the challenges faced by today’s security teams and best practices for threat hunting.
Ingram Micro signs distribution agreement with CrowdStrike for the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Pakistan.
Atos and Ooredoo deliver key cybersecurity threat detection and response services to Qatar Smart Program “TASMU” driven by the Ministry of Transport and Communication (MOTC) – ultimately supporting Qatar National Vision 2030. TASMU is the first smart city project in the Middle East and aims to improve the way of life of Qatari citizens, residents and visitors. Atos and Ooredoo’s solution integrates cloud-native intelligent security analytics and next-generation Artificial Intelligence (AI) capability from the Atos Alsaac platform to secure TASMU’s infrastructure and applications.
Werno Gevers, Regional Manager at Mimecast Middle East, talks about the critical role of employee behaviour with regards to organisational security, and puts emphasis on the need for regular, effective and engaging cybersecurity awareness training to help employees avoid some of the common behaviours that could put them and the organisations at risk.
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