Oil and gas companies in the Middle East are being urged to utilize the competitive advantage of big data to create operational efficiencies and increase oil well production by up to eight percent. According to the findings of a white paper released by Booz Allen Hamilton in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) this week, the GCC region’s hydrocarbon industry must develop more sophisticated data strategies as it looks to mitigate an extended period of low oil prices.
Hacktivism and the Spread of Western Cyber Issues among Key Trends Facing Financial Institutions in Middle East and North AfricaIf 2014 was the “year of the breach,” then what future cybersecurity threats await us? What’s the next mode of attack, and how much worse will it be? That’s the question on the minds of financial services companies as they invest in cyber protection measures, manage growing customer concerns and try to predict what’s next. The sustained growth of the Middle East financial services industry depends on that industry’s ability to shore up its cyber defenses and build protection on all fronts against attack.
Booz Allen Hamilton announced today at the ADIPEC 2014 conference that the energy sector is in the midst of a major, global transformation – driven by key forces that impact organizations’ ability for strong, long-term performance. These forces are creating demands that require increasingly greater attention of oil and gas and utility companies. True competitive advantage depends on an organization’s ability to predict and identify these changes before, and as they occur, as well as finding the right balance to manage them efficiently and effectively.
Global Strategy and Technology Consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton today announced a significant expansion of its Middle East North Africa (MENA) presence, growing its experienced senior leadership team with five new partners to offer a strong combination of strategy consulting and digital expertise. Booz Allen Hamilton will deliver services across the region spanning North Africa, the Gulf Cooperation Council States, the Levant and Turkey.
Booz Allen principal Joachim Roski and vice president Tim Andrews have co-authored “Creating Value In Health Care Through Big Data: Opportunities And Policy Implications,” an article that appears in the July special issue of Health Affairs, the leading peer-reviewed journal of health policy thought and research. George W. Bo-Linn, a senior advisor at Alvarez & Marsal's Improvement Division also contributed to the piece.
Today’s oil and gas industry executives – including control room operators monitoring use data, chief information security officers analyzing the potential cyber security risks of a new IT system, and oil rig managers discussing drilling sites with geologists – are making business decisions in an interconnected landscape of risks and rewards.
HAVELSAN today signed a Master Teaming Agreement with Booz Allen Hamilton to collaborate on global and local opportunities to provide advanced technical and other services to government and commercial clients. The agreement was signed at the Annual Conference on U.S.-Turkish Relations in Washington, D.C.
Greater Cooperation between Government and Private Sector Key to Success in Building the Kingdom’s Economic FutureInsights Revealed in Booz Allen Hamilton and Asharqia Chamber of Commerce Simulation.
Booz Allen Hamilton and Business Leaders Explore Workplace Solutions for Preventing Diabetes in the UAEOn World Diabetes Day, Booz Allen Hamilton announced the conclusions from a recent dialogue on the disease’s impact in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, where 32.8 million people have been diagnosed with diabetes as of 2011, and this number is expected to increase by 83% to 59.7 million by 2030.
Leading provider of management and technology consulting services unveils a new, comprehensive report, exploring the dynamic tensions between Diabetes and the long-term economic competitiveness of the GCC.