Abu Dhabi summit focus on cyber threats
Dubai, July 7, 2011
Key figures from the Middle East will discuss the implementation of the latest technologies and strategies to minimise future security breaches at an upcoming summit on cyber threats in Abu Dhabi.
Organised by leading business information company naseba, Cyber Defence Summit will take place on September 20 and 21.
"The latest, well-publicised intrusions highlight the ever-present danger from an internet attack. Businesses in the Middle East must ensure they have sufficient measures in place to counter a possible attack,” said Nic Watson, naseba’s managing director Sales and Marketing.
“I believe the Cyber Defence Summit is the foundation that will allow leading players to contribute to the security of organisations in the region,” he added.
Speakers are represented by industry-leading CERTs and critical infrastructure organisations, including Oman National CERT and CERT – Saudi Arabia, Abu Dhabi Municipality, Dubai Holding, Kuwait Petroleum Corporation, Adnoc, QatarGas and Saudi Hollandi Bank. – TradeArabia News Service
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