Cybercrime – One of the biggest Middle East Security threats
Cyber threats are a global phenomenon and are continually developing in sophistication and impact, despite the advances in cyber security technologies and practice. National & International governments in the region are determined to create a secure digital environment, but these initiatives are fragmented, tactical, and reactive. Given this scenario, “The Middle East Cyber Security Summit 2015” Muscat, Oman scheduled on the 15 & 16 September 2015 at the Golden Tulip Seeb Hotel in Muscat, Oman will address the conflicting priorities of data privacy and data protection on the one hand and the need for intelligence and prevention on the other hand.
This exclusive forum has Oman National CERT as the official supporting partner and we are particularly proud to announce that DELL, FORTINET, AIRWATCH by VMWARE, BITDEFENDER are some of the elite sponsors on board along with Mr. Ayham Yassmineh – INTERPOL General Secretariat – Criminal Investigation Officer, Middle East & North Africa Region will present a case study and also a special welcome address by Eng. Bader Ali Al Salehi – Director General, Oman National CERT & Head of ITU Regional Cyber Center. Some of the other highlights will be a host of visionary keynote presentations from regional and international experts like Mr. Ahmad Hassan Mohd Noor – Director Risk Management – DU Telecom, UAE; Mr. Marco Mayer – Cyberspace Expert, International & national Security & Member of the UN Security council, Mr. Michele Colajanni – Director of Independent Research, Centre on Security & Safety (CRIS) Italy just to name a few. The pressing need for protection of critical infrastructures and innovations in the field of cyber security will also be discussed at this forum.
Nispana in association with Muscat Expo proudly presents this exclusive two day forum to discuss the need to have a strategic approach to national cyber security.
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