Eshield IT Services is one of the top cyber security companies in UAE. Moreover, we offer the best cybersecurity consulting services in Dubai. Additionally, we hold a position among the top 10 security companies in UAE. Furthermore, our cybersecurity services encompass various aspects such as:
ISO certification in UAE
PCI DSS certification in UAE
UAE Data Protection Law
Abu Dhabi information security standards
Implementation of cybersecurity compliance in companies in UAE
The Information Security Regulation (ISR) in UAE regulates information security laws and regulations, including the cyber security companies Dubai. Moreover, its primary goal is to establish standards applicable to all Dubai Government Entities and the cyber security sector. Thus, the regulation maintains the continuation of important business processes and fosters the growth of cyber security companies in Dubai. It also minimizes risks and damages associated with information security incidents by preventing and/or mitigating them, with the support of specialized cyber security firms. Furthermore, it aims to ensure that Dubai Government Entities, as well as the broader business community, handle information with an adequate level of confidentiality, integrity, and availability, reinforcing the importance of cyber security practices in the region.
Eshield Provides a wide range of cyber security services to our clients in the Middle East including but not limited to:
To align and direct national cybersecurity efforts, the UAE Government established the National Electronic Security Authority (NESA). NESA’s primary objective is to enhance national cybersecurity and safeguard information and communications infrastructure. As part of this mandate, NESA developed the UAE Information Assurance (IA) Standards. These standards aim to provide clear requirements for elevating the minimum level of IA across all relevant entities in the UAE.
NESA develops and implements information security standards, policies, and guidelines that all entities in the UAE must comply with. It is mandatory for businesses, government agencies, and service providers operating in the UAE. This cyber security compliance Dubai involves implementing technical and organizational security measures. Thereby, ensuring the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information.
By complying, entities in the UAE can ensure the security of their operations, protect against cyber threats, and maintain the trust of customers and stakeholders. Reference
Abu Dhabi Information Security Standards:
The Department of Health (DOH) has established the Abu Dhabi Healthcare Information and Cyber Security (ADHICS UAE) Standard as a strategic initiative. This aligns with DOH’s vision and Federal/National mandates, endorsed by DOH’s Executive Committee. Moreover, the provisions of this Standard are in harmony with international healthcare industry standards for Information Security. Reference
The Personal Data Protection Law, Federal Decree-Law No. 45 of 2021 regarding the Protection of Personal Data, establishes an integrated framework. This framework ensures the confidentiality of information and protects individuals’ privacy in the UAE. Moreover, it also provides proper governance for data management and protection. Furthermore, it defines the rights and duties of all parties involved in data handling. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) recognizes the importance of safeguarding individuals’ privacy and has enacted comprehensive legislation known as the UAE Data Protection Law. Also, this article aims to provide an overview of the UAE Data Protection Law, its key provisions, and the implications it has on services to businesses and individuals operating within the country. Reference
The Department of Health (DOH) established the Abu Dhabi Healthcare Information and Cyber Security (ADHICS) Standard. The ADHICS is a strategic effort endorsed by the Department of Health’s Executive Committee. It has the objective to fulfil the Department’s vision and government mandates. Moreover, the ADHIS adheres to industry and international information security standards. Furthermore, it is intended to supplement the government’s Health Information Exchange (HIE) projects. This aims to increase security network and public confidence. The implementation of ADHICS by DOH-regulated healthcare entities would increase data privacy and security in the Abu Dhabi health sector. Thus, Eshield is one of the best cyber security company in Abu Dhabi that provides the ADHICS Compliance services in UAE.
ADGM Data Protection Regulations 2021 (“DPR”):
This Guidance aims to explain how the DPR 2021 work and help you understand how your organization can comply with them. It will not tell you exactly what to do because the DPR 2021 recognizes that every organization is different. Therefore allow for some flexibility. However, this flexibility means that you need to think about, and take responsibility for, the specific ways you use personal data. Whether and how you comply depends on exactly why and how you use the data. There is often more than one way to comply with the DPR 2021. Reference
DHCC Data Protection Regulation No. 7 of 2008) (“HDPR”):
The purpose of this Health Data Protection Regulation is to promote and protect Patient Health Information and, in particular, to:
- Establish certain principles with respect to the collection, use and disclosure by the DHCA and Licensees within DHCC, of Patient Health Information.
- Establish certain principles with respect to access by each Patient to his Patient Health Information held by the DHCA and Licensees.
- Create a safe environment where health information systems are used to produce relevant and good quality information in support of the delivery of Healthcare Services.
- Promote a flexible approach to the protection of Patient Health Information while avoiding the creation of unnecessary barriers to the flow of Patient Health Information to appropriate parties.
- Establish a complaints mechanism for the investigation of complaints regarding Patient Health Information. Reference
The PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) serves as a global forum, uniting payments industry stakeholders. Its primary purpose is to develop and promote data security standards and resources for safe payments worldwide. PCI Compliance Dubai has a clear mission to enhance global payment account data security and digital transformation. Moreover, it focuses on the development of Abu Dhabi information security standards and the provision of supporting services by cyber security companies in Dubai. These collective efforts drive education, awareness, and effective implementation among stakeholders.
To ensure alignment with our mission and meet the needs of the global payments industry, we employ a strategic framework that guides our decision-making process. As part of this framework, the PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) has been established. It consists of a set of security standards designed to ensure that all cybersecurity solutions company accepting, processing, storing, or transmitting credit card information maintain a secure environment. Reference
Central Bank Consumer Protection Standards Bank’s Consumer Protection Regulation:
The primary objective of the regulation is to protect consumers and contribute to the overall stability of the financial services industry. Additionally, the law aims to strengthen governance, promote responsible financing practices, and protect consumer rights.
This Regulation consists of 15 articles, providing information about the minimum measures that all financial institutions must take to safeguard customers’ data. Its purpose is to enhance consumer protection by simplifying and clarifying the law, reducing bureaucracy, and ensuring easier interpretation and enforcement.
The parameters outlined in CPR’s (Consumer Protection Regulations) are aligned with the changing times. They are comparable to the standards of the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR). Moreover, the UAE Federal Data Protection Law incorporates leading practices from global data protection laws. It includes EU GDPR UAE Compliance, as well as forward-looking technological concepts. Reference
Information and Communications Technology(ICT) in Health Fields Law:
The Federal Law No. 2 of 2019 on the Use of Information and Communications Technology in Healthcare (‘ICT Health Law’) regulates the use of ICT in the healthcare sector throughout the United Arab Emirates (‘UAE’) including in free zones with the following four aims of:
To ensure the optimal use of information and communications technology solutions in the health sector.
Guarantee that the bases, standards, and practices adopted are in line with their internationally adopted counterparts.
Enable the Ministry of Health and Prevention (‘Ministry’) to collect, analyze and maintain health information at the country level.
Ensure the security and safety of health data and information. Reference
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