Global cybersecurity leader Port53 opens regional office in Dubai

By Amirtha P S, Desk Reporter
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Port53, a global leader in cyber security solutions and services, has opened its Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region headquarters in Dubai as part of its participation at Gulf Information Security Expo & Conference (GISEC) 2022.

At the event held at the Dubai World Trade Center, Port53 is putting the spotlight on its strong capabilities to address ransomware threats, through its partnership with Cisco. 

Port53, within the area created by The Cyber Security Council, invited cybersecurity companies to join hands to fight cybercriminals and demonstrated how bad actors hold enterprises to ransom by taking hostage of vital data.

The company is focused on delivering enterprise-grade, cloud-delivered security solutions that are easy to deploy, simple to manage, and extremely effective, helping customers not only get a big-data and predictive approach to security, but also a more integrated and automated approach.

Omar Zarabi
Omar Zarabi
CEO & Founder – Port53

“As the fast-growing hub for digital transformation services, Dubai serves as an ideal center for us to expand our base across the region and to provide businesses with the entire range of security services. Having opened offices in San Francisco, New York, Vancouver, Bangalore and London, it was a natural progression to be in Dubai. At GISEC, we are particularly focusing on addressing ransomware, a major threat that all businesses face today.”

With the aim to address threats such as ransomware, Port53 is partnering with the world’s leading technology providers such as Cisco. Through an in-depth architectural approach, the firm secures businesses from both internal and external breaches, whether caused intentionally or by accident.

Port53 provides advanced solutions in detection, mitigation, and response, from the cloud to the endpoint, as well as delivers customized cyber services that meet specific organizational goals. Providing the ultimate enterprise-grade, round-the-clock protections with a full-on Security Operations Center, the firm brings solutions that are an ideal fit to the new reality.

“With new ways of working, including remote access, it is important for businesses to ensure end-to-end security while embracing new digital technologies to drive better business outcomes. Our solutions not only provide a comprehensive approach to securing the digital ecosystem but ensure a strong, regulatory-compliant, and resilient ecosystem,” Mr. Zarabi added.

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