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Hilal Computers launches cyber security platforms.

MANAMA: Hilal Computers, the Bahrain-based IT system integrator, is setting regional standards with its custom-built cyber security platforms.

The company unveiled its Security Operation Centre (SOC) enabled with artificial intelligence and machine learning solutions.

Hilal Computers cyber security division director Shijas Mohidheen, commenting on the bespoke cyber security platforms developed by the company, said: "Our SOC provides 24/7 expert security monitoring. The centre is optimised with state-of-the-art AI and ML integration; these are all features that we deploy as part of our cyber security expertise."

"Hilal's SOC is a fully managed service developed to provide organisations with the ability to deal with cyber threats in real time. This is an essential tool for all businesses and organisations which will help threat investigations by providing a conclusive chain of evidence including full visibility into event logs with an intuitive web-based portal, powerful reporting, customised dashboards and drill-down analytics," added Mr Mohidheen.

In addition to the SOC, Hilal Computers have established a reputation for providing a variety of services which include NOC, building cyber security strategy for companies, crisis planning and simulation, red teaming, vulnerability assessment and penetration testing, end point security, network security (NIPS, SIEM, ATP, NDLP), privilege access management and identity access management.

Hilal Computers and its associated network of companies cover Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Oman with offices in Al Khobar, Riyadh, Jeddah, Jubail and Dubai.

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Publication:Gulf Daily News (Manama, Bahrain)
Date:Sep 11, 2019
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