The digital transition in Qatar has picked up pace as the country races towards hosting the world cup next year, highlighted by development of cloud-based services and a smart hub in the middle of Doha. The government has also tied up with Microsoft’s Azure platform to introduce connected solutions in business development, health-tech and public mobility.
Although the fast-paced adoption of apps backed by 99% internet penetration is a positive sign, rapid migration towards the internet is also followed by an increase in cyber attacks. With hackers on the prowl to fish for data after the surge in flow of information, a global cybersecurity firm is offering its AI-backed services to Qatari businesses.
The firm Logrhythm has rolled out a digital set of tools to automate safety against cybercrime via analysis of user behaviour, and monitoring activity on networks. Beyond individuals, the range of products also covers organisations, which seek to meet the standards of cyber-security set by the country’s administration as part of its vision 2030.