stc Bahrain & Sirar by stc unite to offer enhanced cybersecurity solutions

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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stc Bahrain, a world-class digital enabler, has partnered with Sirar by stc in order to improve its cybersecurity offerings for businesses in Bahrain.

The strategic partnership will enable businesses in the Kingdom to manage digital risks effectively, comply with relevant laws and regulations. Further, it encourages a safe digital transformation journey.

Sirar by stc is the cybersecurity arm of stc Group, with advanced technical solutions to cover multiple industries such as government, oil and gas, banking, financial services, and so on.

The company said in a statement that “the new cybersecurity solutions will provide businesses with the tools to tackle a growing challenge as cybersecurity attacks in Bahrain have risen during the second quarter of this year by 188 percent.”

Further, it will generate awareness amongst businesses in the Kingdom on the ability to secure their online assets.

Nezar Banabeela
Eng. Nezar Banabeela
CEO – Stc Bahrain

“Our partnership with Sirar offers us opportunities to meet the growing demand of cybersecurity threats and empower businesses to overcome cybersecurity challenges, generate awareness, and secure their digital futures. This partnership unifies our capabilities with stc Group and strengthens our cybersecurity offerings to our customers in the Kingdom with an aim to become the trusted platform for the data economy and to enable digital transformation in a safe and secure manner.”

Mr. Fahad Aljutaily, CEO of Sirar by stc, stated that, “We are proud to partner with stc Bahrain to provide cutting-edge advanced technological solutions to power the digital economy and protect the digital futures of businesses in Bahrain.”

“Through this partnership, we aim to expand our services across the region and boost cybersecurity culture within organizations to help them operate most securely and efficiently possible. We also want to educate businesses to prevent rising cyberattacks by taking essential measurements to safeguard their platforms and sensitive data,” Mr. Aljutaily added.

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