Data center security refers to the physical practices and virtual technologies used to protect a data center from external threats and attacks. A data center is a facility that stores IT infrastructure, composed of networked computers and storage used to organize, process, and store large amounts of data. For private companies moving to the cloud, data centers reduce the cost of running their own centralized computing networks and servers. Data centers provide services such as data storage, backup and recovery, data management and networking. Because data centers hold sensitive or proprietary information, such as customer data or intellectual property, sites have to be both digitally and physically secured.
He is having 20+ years of experience in IT with expertise in Networking, Security, Data Center, Virtualization, and HCI. He has handled major ICT projects across the Middle East region covering UAE, Qatar, and Kuwait and also trained hundreds of students around the globe in the Network Security domain from basic level to expert level.