The digital service provider of the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), Moro Hub has signed a Managed Service Provider (MSP) agreement with the American-Japanese cybersecurity provider Trend Micro to offer workload-centric security solutions to its customers.
Moro Hub will be able to offer cloud workload protection services, allowing the customers to expedite their digital transformation, the company said in a statement. The agreement was inked between Mr. Marwan bin Haidar, Vice Chairman and Group CEO of Digital DEWA, and Mr. Majd Sinan, Country Manager of Trend Micro UAE.
“Our cooperation with Trend Micro will enable Moro Hub to provide customers with the best locally hosted, unified security management services that accelerate compliance and secure workloads hosted in hybrid and multi-cloud environments. The alliance will be of particular importance as several organizations have been challenged by the increasingly complex and rapidly changing tactics of savvy cyber adversaries in the last few years due to the digital influx.”
Further, Mr. Bin Haider added, “The new service will empower Moro Hub customers with top-of-the-line security and offer them compliance tools to safeguard new and existing cloud resources. This will help us to offer innovative and competitive digital technologies in the region, which is in line with Dubai 10X and UAE Centennial 2071.”
“We see unprecedented migration to cloud environments, many of them multi-cloud. This partnership ensures organizations can secure workloads and guarantee compliance so that enterprises can grow their business without worrying about security issues. Together with Moro Hub, we shall protect the UAE’s enterprises as they build more competitive business operations in the cloud,” commented Mr. Sinan.