Amman entrusts its bug bounty programme to France's Yogosha
French computer vulnerabilities firm Yogosha has landed its second contract in the Middle East, with Jordan, following a similar deal with Abu Dhabi.
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Emirates-based cyber security distributor Help AG, the cyber branch of recently rebranded UAE telecoms operator e& (ex-Etisalat) is preparing to establish itself in Cairo. Egypt is a priority market under the e& group's plans to extend its presence throughout Africa.
Despite the tightening of checks on exports of dual-use goods, French firms that specialise in finding vulnerabilities in computer-system security are still free to export their services - even though their findings risk being misused by clients.
As Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan's power structure begins to take shape, his son Khaled bin Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan seems likely to become the next crown prince of Abu Dhabi. While he is strongly rooted in the Emirati security arena, the national security chief is already gaining in status.
The French threat intelligence firm Sekoia, which is preparing a funding round to finance its international expansion, prospected for Middle Eastern business at the GISEC cybersecurity expo last month.