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Qatar: The Ministry of Justice organizes a workshop on cyber security threats

Today, the Ministry of Justice started the work of a workshop organized by the Center for Legal and Judicial Studies in cooperation with the Office of Development, Assistance and Training for the Foreign Prosecution of the US Department of Justice, with the aim of addressing cybersecurity threats and reviewing the best practices of cybersecurity for government agencies.

In his opening speech to the workshop, Dr. Saleh Ali Al-Fadala, Director of the Center for Legal and Judicial Studies at the Ministry of Justice, explained that the organization of this workshop comes within the framework of the Center for Legal and Judicial Studies’ pioneering role in legal training in the State of Qatar since 2001, and its constant endeavor to open horizons of cooperation with counterparts. National, foreign and international, benefiting from the experiences of his counterparts in various fields of law and transferring those experiences to jurists in government agencies in the country in all sectors.

Al-Fadala added that the Center for Legal and Judicial Studies aims, within its new plan, to achieve the goals of Qatar National Vision 2030, by raising legal awareness in society, and actively contributing to reducing the risks of using cyberspace, especially among the legal and security groups directly concerned with these risks, noting that these The workshop aims to review the latest experiences in this regard.

For her part, Chargé d’Affairs of the US Embassy to the State of Qatar, Natalie Baker, expressed her gratitude to the Ministry of Justice for organizing this workshop in cooperation with the US Department of Justice, noting that this event highlights a new chapter of cooperation between the State of Qatar and the United States of America.

She added that this workshop brings together specialists in the State of Qatar and the United States of America over two days to discuss threats in the cyber scene and to share best practices on how to prevent and respond to cyber incidents.

In her speech on the occasion, Mrs. Nada Jassim Al-Abdul-Jabbar, Assistant Director of the Center for Legal and Judicial Studies, stressed the importance of this workshop to strengthen the cybersecurity system in the country in cooperation with the competent authorities locally and in a country distinguished by its expertise in this field, such as the United States of America.

Mrs. Nada Jassim appreciated the level of cooperation between the Center for Legal and Judicial Studies at the Ministry of Justice and the Office of Development, Aid and Training for the External Prosecution at the US Department of Justice, which will benefit those who specialize in the field of cybersecurity, noting that the center intends to strengthen this partnership to exchange successful experiences.


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