Muscat, Apr 15 (ONA) --- The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) and Cybercom International today signed an agreement to implement a project to conduct field surveys in order to measure the quality of services provided by class one licensed telecommunication companies that are operating in various governorates and willayats of the Sultanate, according to TRA's press release.
What does CC stand for?
CC stands for Cybercom (computer company)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
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- Customer Care
- Customer Contacts
- Customs Clearance
- Cut Cancel (philately)
- Cut Corner
- Cyanogen Chloride (inorganic compound)
- Cyber Cafe
- Cyber Chat (RPG chat server)
- Cyber Crime
- Cybercity (Danish ISP)
- Cycle Count
- Cyclometric Complexity
- Cylinder Capacity
- Abschlussbericht Competence Center Business Networking 3 (German: Final Report Competence Center Business Networking 3)
- Component Command Naval
- Carson City, Nevada
- Component Check Test
- Cross-Cutting and Advanced Technologies
- Customer Care and Billing (IT systems for telecommunications/utilities)
- Camouflage, Concealment, and Deception (US DoD)
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Summary: Muscat: The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) and Cybercom International yesterday signed an agreement to .
Unfamiliarity with the scope of the threat also is making it difficult for Cybercom to determine how best to defend networks and what investments it must make for the future.
INTERNET BUSINESS NEWS-(C)1995-2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS 25 February 2011 - Swedish IT consultancy Cybercom Group Europe AB (STO: CYBE) said today that it has developed a fully-automated checkout system for store equipment provider Itab Shop Concept AB (STO: ITAB B).
A division of the United States Strategic Command, Cybercom is led by four-star Army General Keith Alexander and enlists 1,000 elite military hackers and spies to safeguard the U.
General Alexander has the experience, the expertise, and the agility to lead CYBERCOM to success.