Tata Communications opened a cybersecurity response centre in Dubai which offers 24/7 cybersecurity service to evade cyber threats in the Middle East region. This centre is the 4th security centre all over the world after Chennai, Pune and Singapore.
Tata Communications said that their service caters to the enterprises and government bodies in the UAE and other GCC countries to safeguard country regulation requirements. Talking about this service, Omar Sultan Al Olama, UAE minister of state for artificial intelligence said that, as the usage of cybersecurity is on the peak, the necessity of its security is paramount and the collaboration with global leaders is aiding safe environment for all.
Radwan Moussalli, Senior VP (Middle East, Central Asia and Africa) remarked that connected digital technologies are prominently used by the enterprises and governments in the Middle East. Hence, the Dubai Cyber Security Strategy was launched with the motive of providing the best services to UAE and making it a region with the safest cybersecurity.
Tata Communications offering has multiple layers of data stack and information for guaranteed security across systems and networks. The company is investing to make sure that the systems, tools, processes and advanced technology are integrated into its Managed Security Services. This helps the firm to combat network threats and cyber attacks for its existing and potential customers worldwide.