Leading experts in card data security have urged the regional payment industries to come together to tackle an increased threat to the integrity of card data as online and mobile payments grow in the Middle East and North Africa region.
Bahrain's government is now capable of confronting any cyber attackers, it was revealed yesterday (March 24).
The Central Informatics Organisation (CIO) data security directorate's general director Shaikh Salman bin Mohamm
Bahrain is to step up efforts to strengthen information security amid mounting cyber threats.
Interior Minister Lieutenant General Shaikh Rashid bin Abdulla Al Khalifa sounded the alarm as he opened the first-ever Bahrain Informat
A Saudi Arabian man, who allegedly pointed a gun at hotel employees and threatened to kill them, was upset because of the 'high room prices', a heard court.
The 53-year-old was reportedly enraged when he was informed of t
Libya's National Oil Corporation urgently called for more official protection for its installations after an oil pipeline from its El Sarir field was sabotaged, halting flow to Hariga port.
In a separate in
Combating terrorism and cyber security were highlighted by a panel of experts at a discussion in Bahrain held yesterday (February 1).
The event, Geo-economics and Geopolitics of Transnational Organised Crime, was held by the Inter
The risk of international conflict is now the biggest threat facing countries and businesses in the coming decade, trumping concerns about the economy, the World Economic Forum said.
The group's annual assessment of global haz
Bit9 + Carbon Black, a leader in endpoint threat prevention, detection and response, recently showcased its Carbon Black, an advanced endpoint threat detection and response solution, which is generating high interest in the UAE market.
Though braced by a resurgent US, the global economy is under threat from other regions - from Europe and Latin America to China and Japan - where growth is stalling and prospects remain dim.
That's the bleak picture facing glo
Protected land on the outskirts of Manama, Bahrain could be under threat of development as outgoing councillors argue that it should not be classified as 'greenbelt' because it is not green.
Plans for Bahrain's first