The governments of the United Kingdom and Kuwait have recently come to an important agreement to strengthen their cybersecurity efforts. According to the deal, the UK will provide crucial support to the Kuwait National Center for Cybersecurity. Major General Mohammad Bouaraki, who leads the center, aims to establish a national cybersecurity framework responsible for securing information networks, safeguarding information systems, and facilitating the exchange of electronic information. This collaboration is an extension of Kuwait’s significant $1 billion investment in cybersecurity, aligning its approach with the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre model, centralizing operations, promoting partnerships, and reinforcing incident response capabilities. Juliet Wilcox, the UK’s cybersecurity ambassador, expresses her enthusiasm for this partnership and its role in laying a solid foundation for Kuwait’s cybersecurity future. Stay tuned for further updates on this impactful cybersecurity collaboration between the UK and Kuwait.

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