Cyber Security Summit Qatar

September 7, 2022 | Qatar

Cyber Security Summit Qatar
The 14th Edition Cyber Security Summit is an exclusive in-person event for cybersecurity leaders from leading enterprises in Qatar. As Qatar prepares to become the first Middle Eastern country to host the FIFA World Cup, like most developed countries, it remains vulnerable to cyberattacks given its high level of technology adoption and smartphone penetration rate Qatar has made significant investments in cybersecurity ahead of the FIFA 2022 World Cup and is projected to see the fastest growth in cyber security spending in the Middle East. As cyber threats across the world rapidly evolve, protecting Qatar’s critical ICT infrastructure and systems has become top priority. Cybersecurity leaders must overcome new risks inherent to their digital businesses.

Spotlight

Malware, short for malicious or malevolent software, is software used or programmed by attackers to disrupt computer operations, gather sensitive information, or gain access to private computer systems. As mobile devices become more common, cybercriminals see them as having huge profit potential, and aim to gain access to the user’s confidential personal and financial information. Mobile applications are the primary way users access information via mobile devices—as a result, the majority of mobile malware is embedded in applications that, once downloaded on the device, can gain access to valuable information.


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Spotlight

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