Editor : Martin Simamora, S.IP |Martin Simamora Press

Senin, 10 Oktober 2011

New Egyptian e-service center set to open for Middle East

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Egypt has announced the opening of a new Egyptian e-Signature Competence Center, designed to provide aid to Arab countries now looking to implement electronic government initiatives. The center is run by a group of software and information security engineers. It will provide IT network security services, business continuity services, training workshops and e-government projects.

It is the first center of its kind in the Middle East and North Africa. Yasser El Kady, the CEO of the Center, has called it a “milestone” for Egypt, because it represents Egypt’s eagerness to cooperate “with our partners in the Gulf region.”
“The center will greatly help in creating and sustaining digital identity as well as implementing nation-scale projects that require the public key infrastructure (PKI). I am truly proud of the center, its certified workforce, the scope of projects it has carried out and the ones that we anticipate,” he added.

The center provides comprehensive solutions and tailored programs in both English and Arabic. Their programs are key to implementing digital identity projects and services. According to their website, the center pays a great deal of attention to knowledge transfer and training, seeing it as a way of empowering potential clients in both public and private sectors.


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