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Australian Cyber Security Magazine: Leading innovation in Middle East, Africa

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  • SharePass is the Official Country Partner for Australian cybersecurity companies in the Middle East and Africa Market.
  • GISEC 2024 is a key event for the cybersecurity community, focusing on lucrative opportunities and key discussions in the industry.

Break new ground in the Middle East and Africa Market through the Official Country Partner for Australian companies, SharePass. The event, GISEC 2024, will take place from 23 – 25 April at the Dubai World Trade Centre. With the Middle East cybersecurity market expected to be valued at $31bn by 2030, this event provides access to lucrative opportunities and key discussions. The forum has been arranged around five key areas, including the Government stage, healthcare and finance tracks, the CISO Circle for Chief Information Security Officers, and the Critical Information Dome. These sessions will explore risks posed by various threats and offer insights into identifying, responding to, and mitigating cyber risks to essential services.

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The article discusses the partnership between SharePass and Australian cybersecurity companies to break new ground in the Middle East and Africa Market. GISEC 2024 is highlighted as a key event for the cybersecurity community, offering access to lucrative opportunities in the growing market. With the Middle East cybersecurity market projected to reach $31bn by 2030, the event serves as a platform for public-private partnerships and key discussions on cyber resilience across various sectors.

GISEC 2024 is structured around five key areas, including the Government stage, healthcare, finance tracks, the CISO Circle for Chief Information Security Officers, and the Critical Information Dome. These sessions aim to explore risks posed by state-sponsored hackers, organised hacking groups, insider threats, and provide insights into advanced ways to identify, respond to, and mitigate cyber risks to essential services like communication, aviation, transportation, and energy.

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