According to Women of Egypt Mag, the very talented Egyptian architect and International Ambassador of Design, Dalia Sadany, has recently received the “Golden Award” at the international A’ Design Award & Competition in Italy for her latest project, “The Cyber Security Museum”, and we couldn’t be prouder.
The A’ Design Award & Competition is one of the world’s largest annual juried design competitions that
The first qualitative museum in Egypt is located at the Greek Campus in Cairo. The museum embodies the idea that ancient Egyptians were the first to come up with the idea of knowledge security and ways of protecting
Dalia’s name is well known both locally and internationally in communities that are concerned with the arts of architecture and decoration. Throughout her career, Dalia’s architectural and interior designs have always highlighted Egyptian traditions and contributed to raising the global image of Egypt’s ancient civilization.
Moreover, in her interview with Women of Egypt, Dalia expressed her pleasure at receiving her latest award saying “this museum was not easy to design, but served as a challenge and incentive for every Egyptian to know more about his/her history. With the assistance of a number of Egyptologists and IT experts, I did a lot of research and studies, which we documented in Arabic and English. Together we built a full comparison and study of the origin of information security in Egypt”.
She also added, “our ancestors were the first to discover the importance of information security and ways to protect it, whereas we found several similarities, including Firewall, Deep Web, Password, Anti-Virus, Maze concept, Honey Pot and other applications. I was fascinated to find their origins go back to ancient Egypt”