Even before the pandemic, most organizations were working on executing digital transformation plans. In many cases, this included migrating workloads to new modern architectures such as private, public or hybrid cloud. As the challenges caused by COVID-19 became more acute, these organizations accelerated modernization plans for a variety of practical reasons. Initially, enterprises aimed to modernize infrastructure and cybersecurity in parallel. However, once modernization began, infrastructure quickly accelerated and leapt ahead. In many instances, this acceleration was incentivized, making it even harder for cybersecurity to catch up.
Today, many organizations that accelerated their modernization plan without a corresponding leap in security modernization face a security controls gap and lack the critical skills required to catch up. Narrowing the security gap means involving and interacting with additional teams and tools, which is objectively more difficult. To begin closing these gaps in security, controls, compliance and privacy, security professionals will need the cooperation of the cloud architecture team to obtain the privileges required to do what’s necessary. With looming threats increasingly populating cyberspace, organizations obviously need to ramp up their cybersecurity measures. With a mind to assist organizations in choosing the appropriate cybersecurity mechanisms and solutions suited to their specific needs, a distinguished panel of CEOs, CIOs, VCs, and other thought leaders from the industry, along with the editorial board of Enterprise Security Magazine, has selected the leading cybersecurity companies in the Middle East looking to offer their expertise to the broadest market possible.
In this edition, we present you Enterprise Security Magazine’s ‘Top 10 Cyber Security Solution Providers in Middle East – 2021.’