UAE, du telecom which is participating at the World Police Summit, taking place from 7-9 March 2023 at Dubai World Trade Centre will be utilizing blockchain technology to enhance security for law enforcement.  du will showcase use cases such as decentralization of criminal records through blockchain technology which supports the UAE Blockchain Strategy 2021. Blockchain can replace criminal records with a network where documents are easily accessible and could not be tampered with, making them safe and secure.

At the event, du will present innovative digital solutions to enhance digital security for law enforcement with technology-driven tools and resources to aid in their day-to-day operations and enable them to carry out their tasks more efficiently and effectively.

Jasim Al Awadi, Chief ICT Officer (Acting) at du said: “From leveraging high-bandwidth low-latency 5G mobile networks to enhance security to utilizing blockchain technology to assist law enforcement, the World Police Summit presents a platform to explore new opportunities within the current security dynamics. du aims to drive the future of smart policing through innovative solutions and contribute to enhancing the quality of life for citizens to support the UAE’s success in being a leading global hub for smart economy initiatives.”

With years of experience, du has enhanced its in-house capabilities and developed a wide range of solutions for 5G, video analytics, mobile apps, blockchain, NFT and digital security. Visitors to the World Police Summit will have the opportunity to speak with du’s team of business experts and learn more about the following:

In addition du will showcase its solutions for digital certificates are critical for establishing digital trust and enabling users to take advantage of all that the digital world has to offer, including internet banking, websites, e-commerce, games, and social media. du’s approach to digital certificate management leverages modern digital certificate technology for increased security and efficiency.