Resecurity Expands Global Presence with New Office in Bahrain


Resecurity, a prominent cybersecurity intelligence firm that caters to Fortune 500 companies worldwide, has announced the inauguration of its new office in Manama, Bahrain. This initiative is in collaboration with the Bahrain Economic Development Board (Bahrain EDB), emphasizing the company’s strategic enhancement of its global operations, which already span from Rome to Bangkok, including multiple locations in the Middle East and North Africa.

The Manama office will not only cater to the Bahraini market but also support Resecurity’s endeavors across the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). Within its first operational year, Resecurity plans to establish a technology hub focused on providing rigorous cybersecurity training programs for graduates, reflecting the firm’s dedication to building local expertise and serving both regional and international clientele.

Bahrain’s advanced digital infrastructure and innovative government policies, such as the Data Jurisdiction Law and Cloud-First Policy, have positioned the country as an attractive hub for technological investments. The country boasts the first Amazon Web Services (AWS) infrastructure region in the Middle East and Africa, further promoting its investment potential. Bahrain EDB’s commitment to retraining its workforce aligns with providing investors access to a diversified, skilled talent pool prepared for the demands of future markets.

Gene Yoo, CEO of Resecurity, emphasized Bahrain’s qualified workforce and advanced cloud policies as key factors influencing the decision to expand there. The new office and tech hub in Bahrain are set to address the evolving cybersecurity needs within the Gulf region, harnessing local talents and resources to mitigate the increasing complexity and frequency of global cybersecurity threats.

Musab Abdulla from Bahrain EDB lauded the move, noting that cybersecurity is crucial for protecting communities and institutions in the digital era. He expressed confidence that Resecurity’s presence will strengthen Bahrain’s security infrastructure and provide vital skill development opportunities for the local workforce.

Resecurity’s establishment of the Manama office is in line with its objective to accelerate the provision of top-tier cybersecurity and threat intelligence services at both regional and international levels. The company’s recognition as a leader in cyber threat intelligence by Frost & Sullivan underscores its commitment to delivering excellence in cybersecurity solutions across various sectors, including finance, government, and energy.

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