du and DarkMatter partner for cybersecurity services

Telco to offer DarkMatter products and services to its enterprise customer base
du will offer DarkMatter's cybersecurity products and services to its business customers.
du will offer DarkMatter's cybersecurity products and services to its business customers.

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UAE telco du and cybersecurity specialist DarkMatter have formed a commercial partnership to offer cyber security services and products to enterprise customers in the UAE.

Under the agreement, DarkMatter will provide its expertise to du's business customer base. The companies will work together to provide a range of service offerings, which include compliance and compromise assessments, mobile and web application assessments, and penetration assessments.

Fahad AlHassawi, chief commercial officer, du said: "Security is a critical component that is already built into the DNA of our products. With the evolving landscape in cyber security, it has become even more important to safeguard the business interests of our customers. This futuristic partnership expands the horizons and offers our current and future business customers the combined expertise of du and DarkMatter in security and compliance solutions."

Faisal Al Bannai, Founder and CEO of DarkMatter commented: "du has long-established itself as a future-focussed operator and has been quick to understand the cyber security risks arising in enterprise data environments. DarkMatter is working to raise the level of cyber resilience across sectors and through this partnership we will be able to provide an enhanced level of security and confidence to du's enterprise customers in the UAE."

Megha Kumar, IDC's Research Director for the Middle East, Africa, and Turkey added: "Partnerships in the shape of the one just revealed by du and DarkMatter are critical given the challenges UAE-based organisations face when looking to source advanced cyber security skills. Indeed, IT decision makers in the country regularly cite skills shortages among their top security challenges, and customers will now be able to engage with du to enhance their resilience by leveraging DarkMatter's cyber security advisory and assessment services."

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