Monday, 8 Mar 2021
Oman Data Park held an event for the official commissioning of the Cyber Security Centre at Knowledge Oasis Muscat on Wednesday. The centre seeks to offer a more secure online system and provide SMEs more affordable web hosting facilities. It will also take care of security threats including phishing, and malware in mobile and system applications.

Oman Data Park opens Cyber Security Centre

The occasion was held below the patronage of H E Dr Ahmed bin Mohammed bin Salim al Futaisi, Minister of Transport and Communications.

Speaking about the centre, Maitham al Lawati, common manager of the Cyber Security Centre, Oman Data Park stated, “The threat level is often on the rise and our clients appear forward to sustaining security. This is why we are preparing for the future with this newly commissioned Cyber Security Centre exactly where we will continue to supply an even a lot more sophisticated level of intelligence, protection and mitigation to our present and future clientele.’’

He added that the Oman Data Park is determined to invest heavily in this field, along with the efforts of the competent institutions in the state, to offer digital safety protection. The centre seeks to offer IT solutions, enhanced safety solutions which includes a 24×7 cybersecurity operations and a network operations team.

The enhanced concentrate on the newly commissioned Cyber Security Centre will additional drive the company’s determination for greater safety activities as effectively as for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Maqbool al Wahaibi, CEO of Oman Data Park, expressed his delight at the opening of the Cyber Security Centre and stated that the centre will contribute in strengthening the company’s position in the sultanate as a leader in cloud computing.

“The Oman Data Park’s Cyber Security Centre focuses on 4 principal locations: educational elements via the release of free of charge periodic reports, which include the most crucial varieties of actual safety dangers, providing instruction courses for folks and institutions, supplying safety solutions.

“The centre will also link with other local and international bodies to identify the most important potential security risks in cyberspace to reduce their occurrence in an early stage,” stated Wahaibi. The business presently operates 3 tier-three international information centres in Knowledge Oasis Muscat in Rusayl, Wattayah and Duqm.

The information centre gives a diverse set of solutions such as co-place, managed safety, cloud and disaster recovery solutions. At present, Oman Data Park serves a huge quantity of companies which includes main banks and oil and gas organizations operating in the sultanate.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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