Egypt launches new e-signature competence center at GITEX
Egypt today announces the launch of the new Egyptian e-Signature Competence Center.
The center, the first of its kind across the Middle East and North African region, will provide significant support and services to countries across the region looking to implement e-government initiatives and digital identity projects in a secure and safe way.
Eng. Yasser ElKady, CEO, ITIDA said: “The new center is a new milestone for Egypt as it represents that knowledge we are keen to share 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.”
The Egyptian e-Signature Competence Center provides comprehensive solutions and tailored programs – in Arabic and English – that are key to implementing digital identity projects and services. The center pays a great deal of attention to knowledge transfer and training as a means of empowering prospect clients in the public or the private sectors.
Run by a highly skilled group of software and information security engineers, the Center will strengthen its partnership with current and new clients by developing innovative software design solutions, rigorous data analysis and ongoing support and consultation.
Services that the Center offers include implementation of e-government projects, IT network security services, business continuity services, and training workshops.
For more information about the Center please visit the Egypt On pavilion at GITEX Technology Week (stand J1-20 in the Sheikh Saeed Hall) or go to: www.esignature-egypt.com