Arbor Networks, the security division of NETSCOUT, is set to discuss the global distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack landscape and showcase its leading solutions for DDoS defense at an upcoming IT event in Dubai, UAE.
Cyber security must be one of Bahrain’s top priorities if the country is to safeguard its critical infrastructure, according to a high-ranking official. Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) cyber security director Dr Khalid Bin
An expected rise in sea level caused by climate change will submerge many of Bahrain’s low-lying coastal areas, warned a top official. The Middle East will also experience more frequent extreme weather conditions by the end of the 21st c
The Middle East's 16 largest centres of economic growth could have $367 billion of gross domestic product at risk from a series of threats over the next decade, according to new research for Lloyd's, the specialist insurance market.
Qatar Airways has fully refuted the subsidy allegations levelled against it by the Big 3 US carriers in a ‘White Paper’ it submitted to the US government.
The detailed submission comprehensively addressed and answered
Enhanced co-operation between Gulf nations is the only way to combat blatant Iranian aggression in the region, according to experts.
The political and security specialists attributed the rise in regional tensions to a key nuclear
Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries have been urged to adopt a unified stance to confront security threats.
“The Gulf states should look beyond hostile statements and scrutinise their motives and goals,” His
Bahrain's police force will be on high alert today (July 3), patrolling major mosques across the kingdom in the wake of a terror threat.
Each area will have a designated police major in charge of co-ordinating with heads of mo
Sunni and Shi’ite Bahrainis are being urged to stand side by side for Friday prayers amidst terror threats facing the country.
A joint noon prayer will be held tomorrow at A’ali Grand Mosque, an initiative spearheaded
United Nations (UN) human rights chiefs have been accused of ignoring the terrorist threat facing Bahrain during the opening of the 29th session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva yesterday (June 15).
A joint statement issue