Managed IT services and solutions provider, Meeza, delivered a special presentation on vulnerability management and tackled a vital aspect of organisations’ security welfare during the recently held ‘3rd Annual Information Security Conference for the Financial Sector’.
Meeza said it supported the conference’s third edition, organised by the Qatar Central Bank, as one of the main sponsors.
Nasser Salem H al-Ansari, ICT security expert, delivered a presentation entitled ‘Vuralysis: Vulnerability Management Paralysis’ during the one-day event.
Meeza CEO Ahmad Mohamed al-Kuwari said: “With the financial sector being the most prone to security exploitation and compromise of information, appropriate controls must be established to mitigate those risks. At Meeza, and based on many years of experience in the field, we believe that a mature and effective security vulnerability management framework is key to the security welfare of organisations today.
“The right framework will empower institutions to detect such vulnerabilities at the public services and internal resources level, pinpoint threats that might cause a potential deterioration in performance, and manage vulnerabilities on a continuous basis in parallel with a constant improvement life cycle. This is an essential measure that financial institutions must consider implementing today, in order to protect their digital assets and information against growing threats.”
Meeza said its participation in the conference “contributed to raising the bar of performance in financial institutions, and empowering professionals and executives in the sector to take one more important step towards establishing Qatar as a leading financial and business centre in the region.”
Meeza chief marketing officer Saad Sabah al-Kuwari said, “As a pioneer in end-to-end managed IT services and solutions, Meeza will continue to invest in the cybersecurity field. Bringing together the latest technologies and the excellence of its expert professionals, the company is committed to delivering best-in-class IT security levels, thereby helping clients focus on their core business and scale rapidly.
“By helping institutions and firms minimise business risk, reduce IT capital expenditure, and speed up time-to-market for new initiatives, Meeza is effectively supporting the government, all business sectors, and the nation as a whole, in its quest for developing a knowledge-based economy, in line with the country’s national vision for the year 2030.”
LEAVE A COMMENT Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked*
Masraf Al Rayan posts QR1.56bn net profit
Qatar international reserves recover to $39bn in August
Forum to bolster Qatar-Malaysia trade, investment ties, says Economy Minister
QNB bags ‘Best Bank in Qatar 2017’ award
Qatar showcases multi-billion dollar opportunities to US investors
Qatar, Malaysia chambers form joint business council
Europe stock markets gain as oil prices rise
Russia’s Gazprom Neft ‘holds its nose’ at global oil output cut
Iraq keeping up oil exports from Kirkuk