Focus on business impacts of IoT to be highlighted at Armani Dubai Industry experts and disruptors of the digital world are confirmed to speak at the sixth edition of the ‘Internet of Things 2019’ in Armani Hotel Dubai from the 20thto the 21stof February 2019.Speakers presenting case studies from Las Vegas, Tour de France, Expo2020, Arsenal FC, Careem, Silicon Park among others will talk about new business models, customer segments and services across industries in the region. On stage addressing key decision makers in both the private and the public sector will be experts exploring the possibilities of IoT and … Continue reading Industry experts confirmed to speak at IoT Middle East
By Derek Manky – Global Security Strategist, Fortinet The number of vulnerabilities available to cybercriminals continues to accelerate. But according to one recent report, of the over 100,000 vulnerabilities published to the CVE list, less than 6 percent were actually exploited in the wild. The challenge is that predicting which vulnerability will be targeted next, and which exploit will be used, requires advanced strategies, such as leveraging telemetry data to perform predictive analysis, that many organizations do not have in place. Those organizations without such solutions, and the skilled personnel to manage them, will need to continue to rely on security … Continue reading Endless Zero- Days?
Event at Armani Dubai attracts sponsors and participants across the GCC The digital world’s leading organisations have confirmed their presence at the sixth edition of the ‘Internet of Things 2019’ to be held on the at the Armani Hotel Dubai from the 20thto the 21stof February, 2019 to interact with key decision makers in both the private and the public sector. On board are partners that include Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority (DSOA), Samsung and Careem. Eng. Muammar Al Katheeri, Executive Vice President of Engineering & Smart City at DSOA, said: “IoT Middle East 2019 is an ideal platform to discuss … Continue reading Leading companies on board for IoT Middle East 2019
As the volume of cyber-attacks has escalated exponentially, spending on cybersecurity grew 8% in 2018. Help AG, a leading cyber security services, consultancy and solutions provider in the Middle East, believes this is a positive and necessary development but warns that simply increasing security investment is not enough to mitigate new and sophisticated threats. To arm Middle East cybersecurity professionals with the skills and knowledge they need, the company today launched the Help AG Hackademy. This offensive ethical hacking hands-on training program is conducted by qualified L33T hackers and empowers attendees to perform attack simulations that uncover security vulnerabilities in … Continue reading Help AG Launches ‘Hackademy’ to Foster Ethical Hacking Skills in Middle East