Arab News, 30 May 2021: Saudi Arabia’s Communications and Information Technology Commission has announced it has started implementing a cybersecurity framework.
It contains a comprehensive set of cybersecurity requirements and controls which will contribute to regulating the communications, IT and postal service sectors.
A risk management methodology has to be adopted and all cybersecurity requirements have to be met by service providers to enable them to effectively deal with cyber threats.
It will apply to service providers in the communications, IT, and postal services sector and is aimed at increasing their security levels.
It aims to ensure adequate cybersecurity measures are adopted in line with best international practices.
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