These included Jaheziya, Cybex, Cisco and KPMG Lower Gulf.
The Cyber Security Council signs partnership agreements and memoranda of understanding
The Cyber Security Council signed a memorandum of understanding with Jaheziya.
On the sidelines of GITEX Global 2022, in Dubai yesterday, the UAE Government’s Cyber Security Council concluded strategic partnership agreements and memoranda of understanding with companies that provide cybersecurity solutions and services, defense solutions and emergency response services, as it concluded a strategic partnership agreement with Cybex. Holding a provider of cyber security solutions and services, with the aim of uniting efforts to improve coordination mechanisms and speed response to potential cyber attacks in the country.
The two parties will participate in a multi-year program aimed at unifying cybersecurity operations in the UAE and enhancing the resilience of its infrastructure by building global capabilities capable of dealing with all types of incidents and threat actors.
CIPEX will provide a variety of assessment, protection and operational services, including providing information and in-depth assessments on the threat landscape, designing incident response protocols and security operations centers, in addition to providing specialized training in the field of cybersecurity, and organizing awareness campaigns designed to support the UAE government and its institutions by developing e-skills nationwide.
"Efforts to develop an advanced and secure infrastructure for cybersecurity in the UAE have played an important role in the success and progress of various economic and social initiatives in the country," said Dr. Mohammed Hamad Al Kuwaiti, Chairman of the UAE Government's Cyber Security Council.
He revealed that the Cyber Security Council is working to build a base and establish a secure and solid cyber security infrastructure in the UAE, and to make this very important topic an integral part of the culture of institutions and individuals.
For his part, CEO of Cybex Holding Company, Khaled Al-Malhi, said: “We are pleased with the confidence that the Cyber Security Council has given us, and we look forward to working with it to support UAE institutions in their efforts to address cybersecurity threats and risks. We aspire to contribute to building a cyber security system.” strong for all.
The Cyber Security Council also signed a memorandum of understanding with Cisco to enhance cybersecurity strategies and efforts in the country, and a memorandum of understanding with KPMG Lower Gulf in the UAE and the Sultanate of Oman to educate students at the country level about cybersecurity and help establish a strong cyber environment. and safe.
For its part, Jaheziya, a subsidiary of Edge Group, a comprehensive provider of defense solutions and emergency response services, and the UAE Cyber Security Council, signed a memorandum of understanding to enhance cooperation through conducting exchanges in areas related to cybersecurity, while “Readiness” will present » Cyber awareness programs for specific communities.
According to the memorandum of understanding, the two institutions will develop customized cyber education and awareness programs with a special focus on societal and organizational leadership across the UAE and technical staff in government agencies, in addition to scientific and technological research and development operations, which will be conducted in accordance with the UAE principles of equality and treatment. Equally and respectfully.
Follow our latest local and sports news and the latest political and economic developments via Google news