In pics: Commander-in-chief, Dubai Police, opens Gisec Global 2022
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In pics: Commander-in-chief, Dubai Police, opens Gisec Global 2022

In pics: Commander-in-chief, Dubai Police, opens Gisec Global 2022

More than 300 global cybersecurity brands are showcasing technologies at the event

Lieutenant General Abdullah Khalifa Obaid Al Marri, Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, opened cybersecurity event Gisec Global 2022, held at Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC).

Al Marri toured the three-day event accompanied by dignitaries, including Dr Mohamed Al-Kuwaiti, head of cyber security, UAE Government and Hamad Al Mansoori, director general, Dubai Digital.

With more than 300 global cybersecurity brands showcasing technologies, GISEC GLOBAL 2022 is hosting international and regional innovators such as Huawei, Spire Solutions, Microsoft and Etisalat on how to tackle threats resulting from a rise in remote working and digitalisation.

The event will also showcase a conference programme featuring 200 industry speakers deliberating on the most pressing cybersecurity issues. Stakeholders such as CISOs, CIOs, CTOs, regulators and policymakers across government, finance, healthcare, telecom, energy and utilities will set forth strategies for a cyber-resilient ecosystem that inspires trust in the digital economy, a statement said.

Gisec Global 2022 is organised in partnership with the UAE’s cyber entities, including the UAE Cyber Security Council, Dubai Electronic Security Centre, Dubai Police, Telecommunications and Digital Government Regulatory Authority, and will prioritise the region’s strategic cybersecurity agendas.

The UAE Cyber Security Council will host the Global Cybersecurity Congress and the first ever National Bug Bounty programme, hosting over 100 international ethical hackers. Registration for the event must be completed in advance at

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