NCSA Honors 38 Officer Candidates in Ministry of Defense for their Securing World Cup Tournament

The National Cyber Security Agency (NCSA) honored 38 officer candidates at the Ministry of Defense in recognition of their participation in protecting and securing cyberspace in the State of Qatar during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™, in the presence …

The National Cyber Security Agency (NCSA) honored 38 officer candidates at the Ministry of Defense in recognition of their participation in protecting and securing cyberspace in the State of Qatar during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™, in the presence of HE Engineer Abdulrahman bin Ali Al Farahid Al Malki, President of NCSA, and HE Brigadier General Zayed bin Ahmed Al Kuwari, Commander of Qatar Amiri Signal and Information Technology Corps.

Addressing the ceremony, HE Engineer Abdulrahman Al Malki said: "The wise leadership was aware of the magnitude of the challenges that would accompany the hosting of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ - the biggest and most important tournament in the world."

He explained that securing cyberspace for the tournament in particular and for the State in general was among the most important challenges, and therefore NCSA was established to achieve this goal.

Source: Government of Qatar