Ooredoo security experts will discuss cyber security in the discussions at the Cyber Defence Summit in Doha, which concludes today.
The summit has gathered CIOs, CISOs and heads of IT and security from around the world to Doha who are reviewing how companies can promote a culture of cyber-security.
Ooredoo Qatar COO Yousuf Abdulla al-Kubaisi said: “Online security is a key priority in Qatar, as businesses and organisations look to protect their own and their customers’ data.”
“Ooredoo has taken the lead in this area, working with global partners to refine and develop bespoke solutions to protect our community,” he noted. “We are pleased to take part in the 2016 Cyber Defence Summit to help discuss how to keep businesses safe around the clock.”
Ooredoo’s experience in the field is demonstrated by the broad range of solutions offered to companies in Qatar, including its managed security operations centre, managed firewall, malware protection, vulnerability management, cloud web and e-mail security and distributed denial of service mitigation suite.
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