Dubai: Moro Hub, the digital service provider owned by Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), has signed a Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) deal with Nozomi Networks, a leader in Operational Technology (OT) and Internet of Things (IoT) and visibility, to offer security services.
Under the partnership agreement, Moro Hub will be enabled to resale the products of Nozomi and offer OT and IoT-managed security services using Nozomi Networks’ solutions. Further, the deal will allow companies to utilize low-cost services and thus enhance their security framework across IT, IoT and OT services.
Following the deal, Moro Hub’s cybersecurity section will integrate and sell Nozomi Networks’ solutions to provide OT and IoT Managed Security Services. Moreover, the data hub will have full access to Nozomi’s training and certification programs to further leverage network visibility, monitoring, and threat intelligence
.The signing ceremony between Moro Hub and Nozomi Networks took place in the presence of Eng. Marwan Bin Haidar, Vice Chairman and Group CEO of Digital DEWA and Mr. Edgard Capdevielle, CEO of Nozomi Networks.
‘The UAE has always been a step ahead to create a safe and strong cyber-infrastructure in the country that enables citizens to fulfil their aspirations and empowers businesses to thrive. We are glad to announce our partnership with Nozomi Networks, which offers OT and IoT cyber security solutions backed with deep expertise and advanced resources. The association reflects our commitment to helping our clients to protect their critical infrastructure with proven technologies powered by Moro Hub’s in-country secure cloud,’ Eng. Marwan Bin Haidar remarked.
Meanwhile, Mr. Capdevielle stated that, “We are proud to have Moro Hub as our first MSSP Elite Partner in the region. Moro Hub is a leading digital transformation service provider, and this partnership will catalyze our presence in the Middle East. We are confident that our full suite of on-premises and cloud-based solutions powered by Moro Cloud will give our clients more flexibility and better value as they strengthen their cybersecurity practices,”
With its cutting-edge technologies backed by the 4th Industrial Revolution, the Moro hub aims to hasten digital transformation in the region and to support the government and its enterprise customers to protect themselves from cyber security threats.