Ooredoo has announced that it will be offering its Ooredoo Managed Security Services (MSS) portfolio to businesses and other organisations to protect them from the growth of cyber threats throughout the region.
Not restricted to traditional computer virus outbreaks, cyber threats are ever evolving, making it likely that many entities in Qatar are, or will become, targets for attack.
As organisations may find it challenging to recruit staff and retain their cyber security teams, Oooredoo sees growing demand for provision of its services.
Against this backdrop of growing cyber threats, Ooredoo is working in partnership with globally-recognised cybersecurity providers helping businesses overcome new and sinister challenges. In response, among the key components of MSS, Ooredoo provides a Managed Security Operations Centre (SOC), Web Application Firewall, Managed Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) mitigation suite, and Cloud Web Security.
Through the SOC, Ooredoo can offer a host of solutions and services to keep customers’ businesses safe. It provides comprehensive security monitoring, a managed firewall, malware protection, vulnerability management, cloud web and email security, web application firewall, and DDoS mitigation suite.
Ooredoo chief business officer Sheikh Nasser al-Thani said, “Ooredoo’s entire portfolio has been designed to give Qatar’s businesses peace of mind. Our customers need a reliable and competent cybersecurity partner who can deliver all their security needs by offering a managed service which saves on cost, time, and effort.”
Business customers can leverage the ‘Ooredoo Advantage’, making Ooredoo ‘Best for Business’, thanks to its breadth and depth of talent, best fixed and mobile networks, broadest portfolio of ICT services and solutions, and trusted partner for 60 years.
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