• Loading stock data...

Help AG showcases cybersecurity leadership at Black Hat MEA 2023 in Riyadh

Help AG, the cybersecurity division of e& enterprise and the Middle East’s trusted security advisor, is at the forefront of innovation in next-generation cyber defense at the 2023 edition of Black Hat MEA held this week in Riyadh.

Recognized as the MSS Leader in IDC MarketScape 2023 for MSS in the GCC region, Help AG brings cutting-edge solutions to the table. Their cyber defense portfolio covers proactive threat detection, effective response strategies, and advanced capabilities in AI & ML-driven automation and threat intelligence. Tailored to regional needs, Help AG’s managed security services leverage local, in-country resources to deliver world-class services. The company serves major regional players, providing a depth of attack observation unparalleled in the industry.

At Black Hat MEA 2023, Help AG is engaging attendees with live ethical hacking demonstrations, presentations by cybersecurity experts, and interactive demonstrations showcasing their 360-degree portfolio. This includes Managed Cyber Defense, Digital Risk Protection, Digital Forensics and Incident Response, Cloud Security, Operational Technology/Internet of Things Security, Data and Identity Protection, Offensive/Proactive Security, and Governance, Risk, and Compliance. Esteemed partners, including Synopsis, Palo Alto, Fortinet, Vectra, Splunk, Keysight, OPSWAT, Trend Micro, F5, and Proofpoint, join Help AG at the pavilion.

Help AG’s strategic focus on expanding operations within Saudi Arabia aligns with Vision 2030 goals, emphasizing a robust cybersecurity infrastructure. The company is investing in local human and material resources to provide cybersecurity services meeting the specific legal and regulatory requirements of the Kingdom.

Stephan Berner, CEO at Help AG, stated: “Help AG reaffirms its commitment to cyber resilience and leadership in the cybersecurity landscape. We stand ready to protect and empower organizations in an ever-evolving digital landscape.”

Fahad Al-Suhaimi, Country Director for Saudi Arabia, Help AG, expressed excitement about engaging with customers, experts, and peers at Black Hat MEA. The event serves as a platform to showcase expertise in cyber defense, IT and IoT security, data protection, secure cloud, SASE, and more.

Safwan Akram, Managed Security Services Director at Help AG, emphasized the company’s position as a trusted partner for Saudi Arabia’s digital transformation journey. With the largest team of MSS experts in the Middle East, Help AG ensures the highest levels of security for government entities and private companies in the Kingdom.

In 2022, Help AG launched its state-of-the-art Cybersecurity Operations Centre (CSOC) in Riyadh, providing 24/7 security monitoring and events management, fully compliant with local data regulations.

Aligned with Saudization efforts, Help AG invests in local talent through partnerships with universities in the Kingdom, empowering Saudi youth to enter the cybersecurity market with professional experience. — SG




Saudi gazette