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KEMS Zajil Telecom and Quadron Cybersecurity seal MOU in Honour of the Hungarian Embassy’s 60th Anniversary in Kuwait

In a landmark event commemorating the 60th anniversary of the Hungarian embassy’s establishment and diplomatic ties in Kuwait, KEMS Zajil Telecom, a subsidiary of Kalaam Telecom Group and leading Digital Solutions Partner in Kuwait, and the renowned cybersecurity service provider, Quadron Cybersecurity, proudly announced the signing of a partnership Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) at a ceremony held at the Hungarian Ambassador’s residence in Kuwait City, and discussed changing Kuwait’s Digital Landscape through Al & Cybersecurity.

The event signifies an exclusive gathering for top Kuwaiti companies, showcasing KEMS Zajil Telecom’s dedication to fostering and supporting strong relationships within the local business community. It underscores the company’s commitment to promoting collaboration and delivering exceptional support to valued partners as they collectively explore cutting-edge cybersecurity solutions. The presence of distinguished guests from both KEMS Zajil Telecom and Quadron Cybersecurity, along with esteemed representatives from the Hungarian Embassy, further cements the company’s dedication to driving innovation and progress within Kuwait’s business landscape.

On this significant occasion, the CEO of KEMS Zajil Telecom remarked, “As we navigate an era where digital transformation is imperative, the Government, Enterprise and SME sectors in Kuwait face increasing cyber threats that demand robust defence strategies. Investing in the nation’s cybersecurity is not just a necessity, but a strategic imperative to safeguard our national & commercial assets. This partnership with Quadron Cybersecurity represents a pivotal step towards equipping businesses and government entities in Kuwait with the most advanced cybersecurity solutions available. Together, we are committed to elevating the security standards and ensuring the resilience of Kuwait’s digital infrastructure.”, said Yusuf Ahmed, CEO of KEMS Zajil Telecom.

Quadron Cybersecurity’s Group CEO Peter Gulyas echoed these sentiments, stating, “As a Hungarian company with many experts, references, and experience in the European markets has been doing business in the Middle East, starting our journey in Kuwait eight years ago having multiple key private sector and government customers already contracted and services delivered successfully. The formation of this strategic partnership is a key milestone in the foundation of our permanent presence in the market. We are excited about the opportunities that this partnership with KEMS Zajil Telecom presents. By combining our capabilities, we are poised to deliver cutting-edge cybersecurity solutions that will meet the evolving needs of our customers for key Kuwaiti companies and government agencies.”

The ceremony was enriched by the warm hospitality of His Excellency Mr. Andras Szabo, the Hungarian Ambassador in Kuwait, who graciously hosted a traditional Hungarian dinner for all attendees. Guests had the pleasure of savoring authentic Hungarian cuisine while commemorating the the 60th anniversary of the Hungarian embassy’s establishment in Kuwait, as well as the countries’ collaborative efforts in fostering innovation and advancement across various sectors.



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