In this digital era, cyber security protects and affects the unseen infrastructure that keeps the entire world functioning. Cybercrime is on the rise across the Middle East, specifically in Saudi Arabia, and protecting against cyber threats is an ongoing management challenge for organizations in the region. On the business front, with frequent cases of a new cyber breach as well as private information falling into the hands of cyber criminals, the need for comprehensive security analysis, assessment, and immediate actions has never been greater. A drive to an active engagement of all stakeholders, including entities and organizations – large and small - across every industry to coordinate their efforts to create a more secure nation is in motion.
Fleming Gulf's Kingdom Cyber Security Forum scheduled to be held on the 12th and 13th of May 2014 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; will establish a multi-stakeholder consortium that brings together industry, government and academic interests in an effort to improve the state of cyber security on both a domestic and international level. Topics on Nations Vulnerability to Cyber Criminals and Evaluating current KSA maturity scales; Safety measures involved in storing data virtually; The Impact of Big Data on Securing Information and many more; will be presented by a host of leading industry representatives across the world.
The 2 day summit will offer many new and unique platforms for organizations to collaborate and learn from leading specialists within the industry on how cyber security affects business security, along with an understanding of corporate and international dimensions of cyber security. The summit will showcase a range of keynote presentations, case studies, panel discussions, presentations, exhibitions and business networking opportunities that will delve into the nuances of cyber security in the region.