Wipro and du partner up to launch IoT security platform in the UAE

It entails the roll out of its purpose-built IoT identity and access management platform.
du and Wipro joining forces at the recently concluded GITEX Technology week
du and Wipro joining forces at the recently concluded GITEX Technology week


Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC) member du, announced it has entered a partnership with Wipro, a leading global information technology, consulting and business process services firm. The partnership entails the roll out of its purpose-built Internet of Things (IoT) identity and access management platform for the UAE.

It aims to address potential threats by securing devices and information, as well as adding policy-driven credential management and end-to-end data encryption while enabling prompt integration and interoperability, according to a press release.

This IoT innovation will play a key role across major industries in the UAE by helping enterprises maintain integrity, privacy and compliance, ensuring that their data is safe and secure.

Andrew Ward, senior vice president of ICT products at du said, "As the world is becoming more connected, it’s our responsibility to offer innovative secure solutions to better manage IoT environments. In partnership with Wipro, we can now enable businesses across the UAE with a robust, device-centric identity and access management platform to ensure trust, privacy and security of data.”

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