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IKEA Saudi Arabia and Bahrain grace CLOUDSEC 2020

IKEA Saudi Arabia and Bahrain grace CLOUDSEC 2020

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IKEA Saudi Arabia and Bahrain have graced CLOUDSEC 2020, the largest virtual cybersecurity event across the Middle East and Asia Pacific. Trend Micro is making its three days of keynotes and more than 260 breakout sessions available for free online, responding to overwhelming demand from registrants. The on-demand content will be accessible for a limited time until the end of December.

During the event, Mohamed Saad Mousa, Group Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), IKEA Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, presented on ‘How the CISO Can Enable Digital Transformation.’

Mousa said: “In the age of Digital Transformation, customers want fast, agile, and cost-effective digital services – and going on the cloud can help to create a differentiated customer experience. The role of the CISO is to introduce assurance and trust in the new cloud environment, with information protection, threat protection, identity protection, hybrid cloud security, data security and privacy, and compliance and regulation enabling businesses to digitally transform.”

Dr Moataz Bin Ali, Vice President, Trend Micro, Middle East and North Africa, said: “IKEA Saudi Arabia and Bahrain is taking Middle East best practices to a global audience, with cloud-native Digital Transformation enhancing customer experiences, securing online shopping and fuelling innovation. Middle East decision-makers can view CLOUDSEC 2020’s engaging keynotes to gain expert advice on how to optimise the cybersecurity of their cloud-based Digital Transformation.”

Hosted by Trend Micro, a global leader in cloud security solutions, the event drew 21,000 registrants, including C-level executives, CISOs, security operations personnel, security engineers, and DevOps and cloud builders across the region. Eight hands-on labs (HOL) attracted more than 1,100 technical engineers and cloud builders from 44 countries. 132 certificates were awarded in total for their technical prowess.

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