One aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic has been the reimagining of workflow processes in an enterprise. While the pandemic has exacerbated the problem, it has also illuminated a way forward for organisations. The times have highlighted just how crucial it is to integrate people, data, and workflows into an automated digital process. And that refining and redefining agile enterprise workflows to ingest more dynamic, high-value data from industrial AI and machine learning models is the way forward for making faster, more adaptive business decisions.
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.
We’re providing hundreds of updates every year to Oracle Fusion Cloud Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Oracle Fusion Cloud Enterprise Performance Management (EPM). The latest updates will help our customers take advantage of new growth opportunities by applying touchless processes that enhance the user experience and make work easier.
It’s up to every organisation across every industry to invest in modern data protection practices to minimise the impact of ransomware attacks. Viewing attacks as an inevitability is the first step towards creating a more cyber-secure culture, with employees who are more educated and aware of ransomware. At the same time, businesses need to have the right safeguards in place to minimise disruption, including anti-virus software and firewalls, plus continuous backup and recovery to offer adequate insurance against the crippling effects of ransomware.
To continue to help companies plan for this next stage of work, ServiceNow has announced new enhancements to its Workplace Service Delivery solution focused on enabling hybrid work and powering flexibility and productivity.
3M Partners with Pandemic Action Network to Improve Global Response and Prepare for Future Pandemics.
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.
In her most recent byline, Reem Asaad, Vice President, Cisco Middle East and Africa discusses the dramatic changes to work methods pre-pandemic and during the pandemic will continue into the next wave of work and Cisco’s range of collaboration tools for business can help.
Fady Younes, Cybersecurity Director, Middle East and Africa at Cisco shares his thoughts on the topic of whether businesses should pay ransoms and other steps they should take to help secure their businesses.