Ooredoo, the region’s leading enabler of digital business innovation, has announced that it will serve as the official telecommunications sponsor of the 10th Quality Conference, supporting Qatar’s information security to ensure secure digital transformation of organisations.
Hundreds of industry leaders are expected to attend the 10th Quality Conference, which will be held under the theme of ‘Quality and Protection of Information Systems’.
The Gulf Consultant and Quality Centre is organising the conference, which will be held today at the Sheraton Grand Doha Resort and Convention Hotel.
In the face of a rapidly increasing number and complexity of cyber-threats, Qatar’s CIOs (chief information officers) are enhancing their information management and security systems and processes.
The Quality Conference is an ideal platform for industry leaders to exchange best practices.
Security of physical and digital systems is also a major aspect of Qatar National Vision 2030, and in protecting critical national infrastructure the inter-connected Internet of Things era.
Manar Khalifa al-Muraikhi, director of PR and Corporate Communications at Ooredoo – said: “Ooredoo returns to sponsor the Quality Conference as a prime platform to contribute to a security-mature culture with our customers and partners incorporating information security into their digital transformation. Our business customers can rest assured that Ooredoo’s Qatar Data Centre and our industry-leading security solutions can prevent, manage, and resolve cyber-threats.”
Ooredoo will present in keynotes and panel discussions on the latest trends in information security, working with the government and public sector to enhance information security regulations, and training partners on the security skills of the future.
Al-Muraikhi said: “In 2019, one of the biggest digital business trends in Qatar will be for CIOs to gain real-time and predictive analytics on cyber-threats. Ooredoo is enhancing the security of our business customers in order to prevent and protect against cyber-threats from malware to phishing, especially for connected Internet of Things infrastructure.”
Showing its industry leadership in information management and security, Ooredoo recently secured three internationally-recognised Bureau Veritas ISO certifications for its Qatar Data Centre, in information security, business continuity and service management systems, the company said in a statement.
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