Saudi Arabia's Integrated Telecom Company (ITC) and Aiuken Cybersecurity have partnered to promote the ITC Security Centre (SOC) offerings.
Under the signing of the alliance agreement, ITC and Aiuken Cybersecurity will offer the development of Managed Security Services (MSS) and cybersecurity solutions portfolio within the SOC. ITC will offer its ICT expertise to monitor customer infrastructures and Aiuken Cybersecurity will bring its expertise in security.
As a result, ITC will provide its security services to its enterprise customers and government entities, by protecting networks, IT systems, hardware and software components, services and data through monitoring and management.
Ghassan Itani, CEO, ITC, said: "Taking into account the increasingly vital importance of cybersecurity in the lives of the public and the digital transformation taking place in the kingdom, ITC is looking forward to the collaboration with Aiuken Cybersecurity as a reputable partner to enrich its cybersecurity portfolio and to support our SOC with focused and comprehensive MSSP services. Coupled with the know-how from Aiuken Cybersecurity, ITC will significantly contribute to the cybersecurity market in the Kingdom and the GCC region"
Juan Miguel, CEO of Aiuken Cybersecurity, added: "It is a great honour for us to sign this MSS alliance with ITC for the Saudi Market, as part of our expansion for the Middle East and Asia markets. ITC gives us the strength and market position to deliver high quality cybersecurity services for Enterprise customers in the kingdom, based on the SOC Facilities at ITC and the best in class Aiuken Cybersecurity services and products. "
The move is part of the Saudi's government initiative of building
a National Cybersecurity Authority.