Armenia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have agreed to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to collaborate in the field of cybersecurity.
The decision was made during a meeting between Armenian Minister of High-Tech Industry, Robert Khachatryan, and the Head of Cybersecurity of the UAE Government, Mohamed Hamad Al Kuwaiti. The two discussed the potential for bilateral cooperation in the area of cyber security.
Minister Khachatryan and his delegation are currently in the UAE to attend the “IDEX 2023” military-industrial exhibition and an international defense conference.
The event is featuring 18 Armenian companies, who are showcasing their latest achievements and potential in the areas of information, defense, military technologies, and engineering solutions.
The MOU between Armenia and the UAE will enhance cooperation in the field of cyber security, enabling the two countries to share knowledge and expertise to protect their respective information systems from cyber threats.
The signing of this agreement reflects the growing importance of cyber security in the digital age and the need for global cooperation to address cyber threats.
As cyber attacks become more sophisticated, it is crucial for countries to work together to combat these threats. Armenia and the UAE are taking a step in the right direction by collaborating in the field of cyber security.
This MOU will not only strengthen the relationship between the two nations but will also pave the way for future collaborations in other areas.
In conclusion, the MOU on cybersecurity cooperation between Armenia and the UAE is a significant step towards creating a safer digital environment.
The agreement will provide a platform for both countries to share their expertise and knowledge to enhance their cybersecurity capabilities.
It is also an opportunity for Armenia to showcase its potential and achievements in the field of cybersecurity at a global event such as IDEX 2023.