/WORKSHOP ORGANIZED TO ENHANCE E-SECURITY CAPABILITIES FOR 2022 WORLD CUP

WORKSHOP ORGANIZED TO ENHANCE E-SECURITY CAPABILITIES FOR 2022 WORLD CUP

The e-Security Unit of the Security Unit at the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) has organized a workshop on assessing the e-security capabilities within the institutions of the country in preparation for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

The workshop was attended by Major Mahmoud Salah al-Dosuqi, Chairman of the Information Security Center at the Ministry of Interior and head of the e-Security Unit at SC, and Major Othman Salem al-Hamood, Assistant Chairman of the Information Security Center and assistant head of the e-Security Unit at SC, besides officials in charge of companies and different sectors in the country, as well as more than 100 experts in e-security.

At the beginning of the workshop, a short movie was played on the accomplishments and preparations of the e-Security Unit at the Security Committee with respect to e-security and the future plans made for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Major Al-Hamood then clarified that the project targets security the information infrastructure of all entities taking part in the event from both the public and the private sector, in addition to drawing plans to overcome the risks that might occur during the organization of the World Cup.

Source: Government of Qatar