On behalf of HE the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al-Thani, who is also chairman of the National Cyber Security Committee, HE the Minister of Transport and Communications Jassim Saif Ahmed al-Sulaiti is heading Qatar’s delegation to the 10th International Cybersecurity Forum that opened in Paris on Tuesday.
HE the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior had earlier received an invitation from his French counterpart to take part in the forum, the Ministry of Transport and Communications has said in a statement.
Attended by several ministers and decision makers, the event aims to bolster collaboration and exchanges between government agencies, institutions and private business in Europe. It also aims to enhance global collaboration in responding to cyberattacks and develop reliable industrial partnerships.
The 10th International Cybersecurity Forum is a key pan-European event on cybersecurity and information security defence. It aims to promote a pan-European vision of cybersecurity as well as strengthen the fight against cybercrime.
The forum and its exhibition have attracted more than 7,000 visitors from 50 countries and some 300 industry partners and corporations, including the French Network and Information Security Agency, French Ministry of Defence and 40 foreign delegations from around the world.
Qatar’s ambassador to France Dr Khalid bin Rashid Salem al-Mansouri attended the forum’s opening ceremony.
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