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Case Study: Bank of Palestine

Reducing complexity and improving security

Protecting customers and their assets is a top priority for Bank of Palestine, which operates more than 70 branches and offices worldwide. That's why the company turned to Cisco for help improving its network security. By uniting all network services under a single vendor, the bank has improved both security and performance.



  • Protect bank customers and their assets.
  • Stay ahead of security breaches and vulnerabilities.
  • Adopt a single-vendor approach for all components of the bank's network.


  • Improved network performance and security.
  • Simple, efficient, and proactive support from a single Cisco account manager.
  • Access to 250 full-time threat researchers, 1,100 threat traps, and millions of telemetry agents.
  • Immediate notifications and faster response times in the event of a security breach or attack.

What they’re saying

I’m not exaggerating when I say that Cisco is the foundation of our IT infrastructure. Our networks run on Cisco switches. As we move forward, Cisco will be playing a bigger role, especially in matters of network security.

Adel Hassan, Head of IT Infrastructure, Bank of Palestine

Who is Bank of Palestine?

Industry: Financial services
Location: Ramallah, Palestine
Company Size: 1,600+ employees
Website: bankofpalestine.com