Dubai Police to facilitate TRA UAE functions at border crossings

TRA UAE and Dubai Police sign agreement covering 13 key subjects
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TRA UAE has signed a MoU with Dubai Police to work together in several diverse issues related to information security, in order to enhance trust in the investment sector in the UAE . The agreement was signed by H.E. Hamad Obaid Al Mansoori, TRA director general and Major General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, commander-in-chief of Dubai Police.

This agreement includes 13 key subjects, including cooperation and joint action between the two sides in a number of areas related to information security, coordination mechanism for exchanging information and cooperation in resolving issues related to information security crimes within the common areas between the two parties. Also included in the agreement are coordination in the field of spectrum and wireless devices, coordination in the case of harmful interference or trans boundary signals, support by the Dubai Police general HQ in the field of inspection and judicial control, facilitation of TRA functions at border crossings of the country when needed, exchange of expertise in telecommunications and in emergencies and crises.

Al Mansoori said:"Information security, protecting virtual borders, websites and the infrastructure of the telecommunications sector is one of the main tasks of mutual interest between the two parties. This reflects the wise leadership's directions in providing decent living conditions for all residents to ensure the continued use of smart and electronic services around the clock in all circumstances and situations, including emergencies. This agreement strengthens Dubai and the UAE’s position as one of the safest countries in the region and the world."

Major General Al Marri  said that the agreement is in the interest of enhancing the security and safety of the society especially in the aspects of electronic and intelligent information security.





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