UAE-based Help AG, the cybersecurity arm of e& enterprise, has launched a state-of-the-art Cybersecurity Operations Centre (CSOC) in Saudi Arabia to provide 24×7 security monitoring and events management, along with a complete suite of locally delivered Managed Security Services (MSS).
The CSOC in Riyadh builds on Help AG’s expertise of more than 25 years in providing world-class cyber defense to organizations in the region.
Further, Help AG’s cutting-edge CSOC in Saudi Arabia offers distinct service differentiators that are fully compliant with local data regulations. The CSOC also integrates Help AG’s other distinguished services such as its Security Service Edge (SSE) offering ‘Cyber Edge X’, and Managed Digital Risk Protection (DRP), as per the statement.
“With increased digital adoption across Saudi Arabia, embedding cybersecurity in every project and process has quickly emerged as a top-of-mind moving target for organizations in the kingdom. The launch of our state-of-the-art CSOC reflects Help AG’s deep commitment to supporting Saudi Arabia’s vision of digital transformation. Featuring our next-generation security operations framework for enterprises and governmental entities, as well as offering flexible deployment through cloud, on-premise, or a hybrid model, the CSOC in Riyadh will enable our Saudi clients to take timely action based on threat intelligence feeds and through our security orchestration and automation platforms.”
Mr. Safwan Akram, MSS Director at Help AG, who leads the MSS team at the Riyadh CSOC, said that “Our new CSOC in Saudi Arabia brings enhanced visibility and early detection of cybersecurity incidents for our clients in the country. Featuring managed controls, 24×7 cyber defense, and a hybrid design to ensure customer data doesn’t leave the country or the organizational premises, our Saudi clients now also have full access to Help AG’s patented solutions in Managed Security Services.”
In addition to Managed Detection and Response (MDR), Help AG offers a wide range of services, including Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR), threat hunting, Managed Security Controls, network and user behavior anomaly detection, vulnerability assessment, and red teaming.