UAE’s Injazat unveils Cyber Fusion Centre to expand its digital services

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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Injazat launches Cyber Fusion Centre
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Injazat, a G42 company and the UAE’s home-grown technology champion, has launched a new operational office for the Cyber Fusion Centre (CFC) services in the Injazat headquarters, as part of their plan to expand digital services and implement their framework, incorporating metaverse, digital twin, cybersecurity, and smart cities fusions.

As the first-of-its-kind in Abu Dhabi, Injazat’s homegrown Cyber Fusion Centre (CFC) monitors Injazat’s clients’ operating environments around the clock. It combines the center’s own threat intelligence with situational awareness from partners and government organizations for real-time detection, analysis, and defense against cyberthreats.

Furthermore, this strategy broadens Injazat’s capabilities by directing them towards new technological paths, such as emerging technologies with new benefits and opportunities in Web3, Agritech and Sustainability.

The new services will be offered through a combination of on-premises compute and G42 cloud-hosted platforms, focusing on developing capabilities for addressing Web3, Metaverse and associated security risks and threats.

Ussama Dahabiyeh
Ussama Dahabiyeh
CEO – Injazat

“It gives me great pleasure to announce the launch of our new Cyber Fusion Centre, which will become a catalyst for developing our businesses and supporting our customers and clients to mitigate risks, enhance security capabilities, boost operational efficiencies, and reduce long-term costs by implementing new cutting-edge technologies. Our numerous services are designed to solve complex industry problems and assist clients in realizing their business goals faster.”

Mr. Mohammed Hamad Al-Kuwaiti, Head of Cyber Security for the Government of the UAE, stated that, “Cybersecurity plays a significant role in the UAE’s government work. In order for companies to stay safe and avoid digital threats, it is crucial to maintain the highest quality of cybersecurity.”

Mr. Al Kuwaiti stressed that the Cybersecurity Council seeks to nurture a strong cybersecurity ecosystem and drive more innovation in the sector while also supporting businesses and helping them steer clear of cyber risks.

The launch of Injazat’s new centre is an opportunity for government entities and other strategic industries to accelerate innovation and digital transformation in line with the UAE’s economic and national agendas.

Mr. Bersant Salihu, Manager of Injazat’s Cyber Fusion Centre, said that, “This expansion will allow our clients to benefit from cybersecurity to keep their companies safe, thus offering services that serve the community. It is an opportunity for all our clients across the Middle East to safeguard their data and businesses, and also benefit from higher risk visibility, thus decreasing and limiting their businesses’ risks.”

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