Saudi Telecom, Nozomi to deliver advanced cyber security

Saudi Telecom, Nozomi to deliver advanced cyber security

Nozomi Networks and the Saudi Telecom Company (STC) partner to deliver OT(operational technology) and IoT (internet of things)security services and solutions for customers in a wide range of industries within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA).

Customers in industrial automation, manufacturing, healthcare, public safety systems, smart cities, utilities, and building management systems (BMS) industries across the kingdom will benefit, said a press release.

STC Group will offer Nozomi Networks’ advanced solutions for OT/IoT cyber resiliency and real-time network monitoring and visibility, it said.

“Cybersecurity is one of STC’s main focuses. This partnership supports STC’s continued pursuit of delivering data and AI-driven, purpose-built IoT and OT solutions for clients across KSA,” said Saud AlSheraihi VP of Products and Solutions in STC.

Nozomi Networks solutions are available through STC for clients who need deep insight into their industrial networks. With Nozomi Networks, they gain asset discovery, network visualisation, vulnerability assessment, risk monitoring, and threat detection in a single solution.

The technology accelerates security and simplifies IT/OT convergence by delivering actionable intelligence to the business and operational decision-makers.

“STC has created sirar by STC, the cybersecurity arm of STC, to be able to enrich the private sector’s capabilities by helping clients navigate the evolving cyber security landscape while pursuing our mission of providing intelligence about their industrial systems and empowering them to make the ‘right’ decisions at the ‘right’ time to optimise their business operations. Collaborating with Nozomi Networks is one step further in this direction,” said Fahad Aljutaily, CEO of sirar by STC.

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