Dubai – The Dubai Court has signed a memorandum of understanding with Moro Hub, a subsidiary of Digital DEWA, the digital arm of the Dubai Power and Water Authority, to strengthen cooperation in digital transformation and cybersecurity. Leveraging Moro’s capabilities in the field of digital security, the MoU will serve the public interest of providing a comprehensive legal framework to combat cybercriminal activity.
Signed by Abdul Rahim Hussein Ahli, Chief Executive Officer, Institutional Support and Communications Sector, Dubai Courts, and Marwan Salem bin Haidar, Vice Chairman – Digital and Group CEO of Digital DEWA The MoU is a unified and secure technology infrastructure for combating cybercrime.
Furthermore, the agreement strengthens cooperation and partnerships with internal and external organizations, exchanges knowledge, It reflects the Dubai courts’ commitment to leverage its expertise. A vision of being a “pioneering and internationally renowned court”.
Saeed Mohamed Al Tayer, MD and CEO of DEWA, said: Working with the Dubai Courts to promote digital transformation and cybersecurity, addressing the increasing challenges and threats posed by the tremendous technological developments and rapid growth of smart transformation and the use of the Internet of Things.
“Since cybersecurity is one of the key requirements for smart cities, we aim to utilize Moro’s capabilities to achieve this. This cooperation will provide comprehensive protection against cybersecurity risks. , will help establish Dubai as the safest city in cyberspace and make Dubai a benchmark for smart cities.”
Chief Justice of the Dubai Court, Talish Eid Al-Mansouri, stressed the importance of strengthening cybersecurity to create a safe environment. This will contribute to establishing an advanced electronic environment where individuals and businesses can achieve their ambitions, in line with the UAE’s National Cybersecurity Strategy to strengthen the digital environment in light of technological developments.
Al-Mansoori added that exchanging knowledge and benefiting from Moro’s expertise and services in leading the digital transformation process will help develop internal and external security capabilities.
Marwan Salem bin Haidar, Vice Chairman and Digital Group CEO of Digital DEWA, said Moro provides cybersecurity services to government and private customers, actively protecting them from various security attacks and threats. rice field. Moro’s services include Cyber Defense, Cyber Exposure Analysis, Security Operations, Managed Identity and Access Management. Moro Hub leverages a next generation security monitoring platform with advanced analytics capabilities such as machine learning, threat behavior modeling and threat intelligence. Moro provides end-to-end security monitoring and threat management for IT, Internet of Things (IoT), and OT/critical infrastructure from Moro Hub’s state-of-the-art cyber defense center.
Abdul Rahim Hussein Ahli, Chief Executive Officer of the Institutional Support and Communications Department of the Dubai Courts, said the signing of the memorandum of understanding will reduce the cybercrime gap and improve the safety and security of society. He said that within a framework of action to combat the potential for electronic threats that adversely affect It added that it will contribute to ensuring cyber security and safety in response.