Ooredoo hosted a special event for companies from some of Qatar’s key industries recently, showcasing its portfolio of managed security services.
The event, which welcomed around 30 large business customers, provided a run-through of Ooredoo’s managed security services, which include network security, web and email security, security and vulnerability solutions and, business continuity and disaster recovery.
Yusuf al-Kubaisi, COO of Ooredoo Qatar, said: “We are Qatar’s business provider of choice because we continue to establish and maintain a secure cyberspace for our customers. We work hard to safeguard our nation’s interests and preserve the fundamental values of Qatar’s society. Hosting events such as these shows our customers not only our investment, but also what we can and are doing for their businesses.”
Adding to its security portfolio, Ooredoo recently announced the launch of a Managed Security Operations Centre (SOC), which offers the latest in cyber security solutions, according to a statement.
The “SOC in a Box” solution requires no capital investment and comes with a host of features that can be used over the web, such as a fully customisable dashboard, which is secured by service level agreements.
“Ooredoo has been working with major global security brands, and offers a host of solutions to combat online threats, in addition to enhancing the level of security available to companies in Qatar, such as advanced threat protection, managed SIEM, vulnerability and network risk assessment, compliance consultancy and business continuity planning,” the statement adds.
Al-Kubaisi said in addition to the new SOC, customers can rely on 24x7 security monitoring supported by “mature processes, trusted staff and award-winning technology”. For full details of the solutions available, businesses customers can arrange a meeting with their account manager or ring the business team on 800 8000.
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