Bahrain's security authorities dealt with more than 400 cybercrime cases last year, a top official said.
The complaints were either lodged with police stations or reported on hotline 992, First Lieutenant Ahmed Al Khayyat from
There is a clear trend towards the increased utilization of IT system in Middle East educational institutions. In its predictions for 2014, IDC estimated that ICT spending in the Middle East would top $96 billion by the end of the year, with edu
A draft law on cyber crimes currently under consideration will help boost Bahrain's cyber security, a legal expert has said.
Norton Rose Fulbright technology and intellectual property partner Dino Wilkinson said cybercrime law
A new cybercrime law that punishes hackers with up to 10 years in prison has been approved by the Shura Council.
In an extraordinary session yesterday, all the articles in the information technology bill, which will also carry a m
Around 3,000 trade visitors from 51 countries and more than 100 exhibitors from the world’s leading information security brands are expected to take part in the second edition of Gulf Information Security Expo & Conference (Gisec) in D
More than 400 exhibitors from 40 countries will showcase state-of-the-art technologies and services in the fields of national security, protection of vital facilities, firefighting and emergency response at an upcoming exhibition in Abu Dhabi.
Leading global experts will be in Doha for a key summit where they will discuss the issues related to digital security and its impact on various economic sectors and also ways to curb digital crimes.
To be held under the patronage
Online shopping is a rapidly growing consumer trend in the Middle East and North Africa and the region now stands poised to be the next eCommerce hot-spot, according to a report.
A recent report by PayPal has revealed that spendin
Unprotected remote working and social media use can pose significant risks to both individuals and businesses across the Middle East, a leading expert on online security has warned.
“Cyber-criminals are getting smarter, and
The Middle East is well positioned to stem the tide of cyber crime as governments and corporations implement various counter-measures, said exhibitors and delegates at a conference held recently in Dubai.
The inaugural Gulf Inform