(MENAFN - The Peninsula)
DOHA: Ooredoo has been named as the official Telecom Partner for the seventh Cyber Defence Summit which will be held on September 13-14 in Doha.
The event which is a business-focused knowledge-sharing and networking platform will address cyber security challenges provide practical solutions and increase the awareness and importance of protecting critical infrastructure and sensitive information.
Ooredoo will be showcasing its growing cyber security business portfolio at the summit which includes the latest Ooredoo Cloud Email Security Service that provides enterprise customers with an additional layer of security for business messaging.
The Cyber Defence Summit is expected to attract ICT and security decision makers from government agencies defence and security authorities banking and financial institutions oil and gas companies and large conglomerates from across the region to discuss security methods to combat the rising tide of cyber-attacks across the GCC.
Waleed Al Sayed Chief Operating Officer Ooredoo Qatar said: “Ooredoo has the right balance of expertise and experience to protect our customers’ local and global data and support their security needs and we are working with a range of industry leaders to develop the next generation of security services. We understand the specific threats facing banks financial companies government and logistics groups and we’re working to develop a full portfolio of tailored solutions to ensure Qatar’s information is safe.”
Ooredoo provides a range of security solutions for companies in Qatar including the latest Distributed Denial of Service Attack defences Cloud Security Out of Country Disaster Recovery and secure cloud-based delivery are designed to provide a higher-level of support for companies and are reinforced by the most advanced data centre in the Mena region the Ooredoo Data Centre.