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 majority of IT organisations are kept in the dark when it comes to protecting corporate data in the cloud, putting confidential and sensitive information at risk, a report said.
While organisations are increasingly using cloud c
When IBM Corp CEO Ginni Rometty was asked recently for her tips on how to transform companies, she spoke of "relentless reinvention" and not protecting the past.
Applying those precepts to IBM is proving particularly tri
Heightened IT security risks caused by a culture of employee complacency are widespread in the UAE, a report said, adding that people expect the company’s security settings to take care of daily threats.
An increasing number
The rapid growth of the BYOD market, coupled with an explosion in 4G networks fed by small cell deployment, is creating an IT security threat that the global market needs to urgently address, warned an industry expert.
Dr Martin N
Infovision Consultants recently conducted the first ever ISO 27001:2013 training in Bahrain after the standard had been revised earlier in 2013 for delegates from various high profile organisations.
Infovision organised the traini
Bahrain’s leading telecom company Batelco held a three-day training programme covering the main concepts of Information Security Standard ISO27001:2013 Lead Auditor and ISO27001:2013 Transition Lead Implementer.
Bahrain Airport Company (BAC) recently became the first in the kingdom to obtain the ISO27001:2013 certification that acknowledges BAC’s successful implementation of effective information security processes and procedures.
Batelco, the leading business solutions provider in Bahrain, has announced the launch of the DDOS, the first cloud IT security solution of its kind to be introduced by a telecom provider in the market.
The distributed denial of se
Many chief security officers (CSOs) are often faced with the difficult task of having to explain to their chief executive officer or other senior official how their corporate network has been hacked and what damage has been caused.