Indian cyber security company Paladion Networks is planning to establish a center in Oman focused on tracking and responding to cybercrime in the country.

"The proposed cybercrime monitoring hub would be the first of its kind in Oman’s corporate sector, according to a top executive familiar with the plans," Infosecurity reports.

"When operational, the hub will add to a network of similar facilities set up by the India-based company in a number of south-Asian countries, according to a report by the Oman Daily Observer," the article states.

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