NEOM announced today that it has signed an agreement with the National Authority for Cyber Security in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, with the aim of meeting the human needs of the project in this area.
The agreement was signed on the sidelines of the International Forum on Cyber Security, which was held in Riyadh over a period of two days and was attended by experts in the field representing regional and international institutions.
The NEOM project requires a large number of cybersecurity professionals in order to manage and ensure the security of technical developments in artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, robots, and other systems expected in NEOM during the coming years, as these technologies and devices used in the Internet of Things are weaknesses in all systems and networks, It must be protected.
The National Cybersecurity Authority will provide and develop training and educational programs on cybersecurity for new NEOM graduates, current or potential employees, and NEOM partners. The agreement will also allow the two sides to explore more opportunities for future cooperation.