The frequency of cyberattacks on industrial operations has increased in recent years, with ransomware attacks particularly acute in Saudi Arabia, according to KPMG’s latest publication on Industrial cyber defense.
In a first-of-its-kind exercise in the UAE, Central Bank of the UAE (CBUAE), and UAE Banks Federation (UBF), in collaboration with KPMG Lower Gulf conducted a cyber war gaming exercise, a simulation drill designed to test the UAE banking sector’s cyber resilience, as well as strengthen its capability to deal with increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks.
Speaking ahead of the ‘Digitalisation in Energy Conference,’ which will run at the Dubai World Trade Centre starting tomorrow, Marc Helfter, Disruptive Innovation Director for the electrical installations solutions provider, Hager Group, said the region’s future ‘smart’ buildings
The GCC is ready to throw off the shackles of lower GDP growth in 2020 with spending on infrastructure forecast to boost the region’s non-oil expansion. That’s the upbeat forecast in a report by Ventures Onsite, the construction intelligence partner of Intersec,
The 6th Annual Arab Future Cities Summit highlighted the region’s rapid development to become a global leader in smart cities, with Dubai being at the forefront of this transformation. With this growth, the role of digital technologies and smart solutions is ever increasing.
Only four in 10 CEOs in Saudi Arabia say their organisation is prepared to thwart any cyber-attack, according to the second edition of the “Saudi Arabia CEO Outlook 2018” report released by KPMG Al Fozan & Partners.