Kuwait, Estonia Sign MoU on Boosting Cooperation on Cyber Security
Posted Date: 20 Oct 2019
BERLIN, Oct 20 (KUNA) - Kuwait and Estonia on Sunday have inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on bolstering cooperation on cyber security and digital transformation within the framework of the exerted efforts aiming to materialize Kuwait's vision in this matter.
The MoU was signed by Chairman and CEO of Communications and Information Technology Regulatory Authority Salim Al-Ozainah and Executive Director of Estonia's communication and information technology Siim Sikkut in the Estonian capital, Tallinn.
Speaking to KUNA in a statement, Al-Ozainah expressed delight for inking this MoU, which comes in culmination of the efforts and negotiations conducted between the concerned bodied of the two countries. He stressed the importance of the memo in materializing Kuwait's vision on digital transformation to turn the country into a financial hub by 2035.
It will also contribute to developing cooperation in digital governance, cyber security, digital transformation and other relevant domains, he noted.
In addition, the memo will help share information on cyber security, learning, joint training, combating cybercrimes, building capabilities and others, he stated.
Meanwhile, Sikkut said the memo would contribute to sharing expertise and developing human resources, which run innovative government services.