Security Policy
Source: BI-ME , Author: BI-ME staff
Posted: Sun August 7, 2005 12:00 am

At BusinessIntelligence-Middle East we are committed to protecting your security/confidentiality.

We know that when you use our website you want to be sure that your name, address, credit card details and other personal information will be kept safe and secure, and we therefore take stringent measures to protect your information both online and offline.

When taking your subscription details we use a secure server (128 bit SSL) which encrypts all the personal information you give us before it is sent, including your credit or debit card details and your name and address.

We also follow strict security procedures in the offline storage and disclosure of your information, to prevent unauthorised access.

If you would like any more information about our security policy, please email info@strategygarden.com and we will be glad to help.

 

MIDDLE EAST BUSINESS COMMENT & ANALYSIS

date:Posted: October 21, 2017
INTERNATIONAL. Leadership commitment, resilience and collaboration critical to success; 40% of survey respondents cite the disruption of operations as the biggest consequence of a cyberattack, followed by the compromise of sensitive data (39%), harm to product quality (32%), and harm to human life (22%).
date:Posted: October 21, 2017
UAE. 65% of GCC CEOs are more optimistic than their global counterparts about disruption; 87% embrace disruption as being more of an opportunity than a threat.
date:Posted: October 20, 2017
UAE. Fintech will reduce the profitability of some of the UAE. GCC banks' business lines, particularly money transfer and foreign-currency exchange.
INTERNATIONAL. Leadership commitment, resilience and collaboration critical to success; 40% of survey respondents cite the disruption of operations as the biggest consequence of a cyberattack, followed by the compromise of sensitive data (39%), harm to product quality (32%), and harm to human life (22%).
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