Group-IB and National Security Services Group sign MoU to strengthen cybersecurity offerings in the Middle East … – Intelligent CIO

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Group-IB, a leading creator of cybersecurity technologies to investigate, prevent and fight digital crime, has announced it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with National Security Services Group (NSSG), a leading cybersecurity firm and Managed Security Services Provider in Oman.

This is to establish a framework where NSSG will offer Group-IB’s Threat Intelligence, Fraud Protection, Digital Risk Protection, Managed Extended Detection and Response (XDR), Business Email Protection, and External Attack Surface Management solutions, as well as Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR), High-Tech Crime Investigation, Auditing and Consulting, and Education and Training services to strengthen cybersecurity for its clients within the government, finance, oil and gas, and telecom industries.

Group-IB and NSSG will also collaborate on initiatives to raise public awareness about cyberthreats and to promote responsible cyber behaviour. 

The signing took place during the GISEC 2024 event in Dubai, United Arab Emirates between Ashraf Koheil, Regional Sales Director – META, on behalf of Group-IB and Warith Al Maawali, Acting CEO of National Security Services Group.

Group-IB’s Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) and managed detection and response (MDR) partner programme offers its partners a diverse range of co-selling opportunities and enhancing growth potential and technological empowerment. With a focus on combatting digital crime, Group-IB tailors its solutions portfolio for MSSP Partners and provides flexible pay-as-you-go license options.

“We strongly believe that today’s signing will enable us to combine our areas of expertise, experience and technical innovation to provide more comprehensive products and services to our customers in the Middle East,” said Ashraf Koheil, Regional Sales Director – META of Group-IB. “NSSG shares the same vision and commitment that we have for regional cybersecurity, and we are excited to work closely to deliver the best protection against cyberthreats for our clients.”

“Group-IB products and services provide great value to NSSG’s portfolio and to our clients,” said Warith Al Maawali, Acting CEO, National Security Services Group. “Considering that we both target the same sectors, we strongly believe that this MoU will be advantageous for both parties, since this will positively contribute to the revenue growth and increase market share.”

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