Help AG has announced a partnership with Vectra as part of its move towards strengthening its capabilities in leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) for cybersecurity.
Dr Aleksandar Valjarevic, Head of Solutions Architecture, Help AG Middle East, shares some of the key takeaways from the recently …
Help AG has signed a partnership agreement with Arista Networks to help address the security challenges faced by Middle East enterprises through the implementation of the Zero-Trust model.
Frank Docot, chief financial officer, Help AG, explains how channel partners can ensure they don’t find themselves in a financial …
For the past several years, Point of Sale (POS) systems have been a prime target for cyber-attacks, making it more important than ever for retailers to consider the security of these machines and the information they store.
At its launch, the Help AG Hackademy comprises of five courses that cover several aspects of ethical hacking.
Help AG will demonstrate its “SMART approach to Cybersecurity” aimed at empowering Middle East enterprises to enhance their cybersecurity posture while reducing IT complexity and management overheads at its upcoming the at its upcoming Security Spotlight Forum (SSF).
Help AG has signed a reseller agreement with Okta, an independent provider of identity for the enterprise, for the region.
One factor in the growth of fileless attacks is the wider availability of hacker toolkits that facilitate their deployment.
Help AG, a security services, consultancy, and solutions provider in the Middle East, has signed a reseller agreement with Mimecast.