TRA UAE participates in RSA Conference 2016

Acting deputy director general to deliver opening keynote
"We will use the experience gained to further our strategic vision of promoting a safe cyber culture in the nation,” said Al Zarooni.
"We will use the experience gained to further our strategic vision of promoting a safe cyber culture in the nation,” said Al Zarooni.

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The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) UAE has announced its participation at RSA Conference 2016 Abu Dhabi, held in partnership with the UAE National Electronic Security Authority (NESA). Acting deputy director general of information and eGov sector, TRA, Mohammed Al Zarooni will deliver the opening keynote session.

“The TRA plays an integral role in ensuring that electronic conversations within the UAE are conducted securely. Our participation in RSA Conference reflects our deep belief in the need to spark conversation and exchange of expertise regarding information security in the region. We will use the experience gained to further our strategic vision of promoting a safe cyber culture in the nation,” said Al Zarooni.

“We are proud to announce that TRA will be opening RSA Conference 2016 Abu Dhabi. We look forward to Al Zarooni’s keynote, which will give attendees a unique insight into the telecommunications industry in the UAE and the importance of information security,” said Linda Gray Martin, GM, RSA Conferences.

 

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