Global consulting firm Protiviti’s Middle East member has organised the first Oasis 500 boot camp in Oman in co-operation with the National Business Centre.
The camp makes a milestone in the co-operation between business inc
The Middle East Member Firm of Protiviti, a global consulting firm, in collaboration with Oman Oil Company, addressed audit professionals, business leaders and project heads on the intricacies of technical and capital project audits recently.
Humans are the weakest link in the entire chain of cyber security protection as they easily fall prey to many social engineering tricks or, at times, unintentionally disclose sensitive information, said an IT expert.
Protiviti, a global consulting firm, is organising the first-ever BCI Middle East Conference and Exhibition aiming to help organisations in the Middle East better understand the nuances of Business Continuity Management (BCM).
Bahrain and Kuwait are the only two GCC countries yet to have a representative organisation for internal auditors, said a top official of global consulting firm Protiviti.
Protiviti's Bahrain director Arvind Benani told the Gu
Oman Economic Review (OER), a leading business publication, has named Shatha Al Maskiry, the country managing director of global consulting firm Protiviti as one of the most powerful business women in the Sultanate.
Protiviti, a global consulting firm, has named Gary Bauer as a managing director and regional head of Forensic Services for the Middle East region.
Bauer will be based in UAE and will focus on helping clients in the areas of fraud
Despite broad recognition that cyber threats are more prevalent than ever before, more than one-third of companies are not adequately prepared to respond to a data breach or IT security crisis, a report said.
More than two-thirds
An initiative is underway that will make internal audit mandatory for all ministries and government entities in Bahrain, said a leading industry expert.
"Every ministry and government organisation will eventually need to have
Information technology (IT) professionals in Bahrain will be expected to handle a growing list of functions with only average competency levels, according to a new survey.
Published by global consulting firm Protiviti, the survey