Cybersecurity Compliance Handbook for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

A starter’s guide to comply with the Kingdom’s national cybersecurity regulations

During the past few years, government entities in the Kingdom have set strategic and tactical objectives to strive towards achieving Vision 2030 set by the Kingdom. This includes the digital transformation of many core sectors and industries. The National Cybersecurity Authority (NCA) in the Kingdom has issued several cybersecurity regulations which all government entities and critical national infrastructure (CNI) must comply with. As such, cybersecurity has become a core business mandate by all government entities and CNI. 

The cybersecurity compliance landscape is complex and it continues to evolve. It presents many challenges to organisations by creating additional overhead and uncertainty on many levels about how to be cybersecurity compliant.

We have put together this cybersecurity compliance handbook to simplify the requirements and illustrate the key steps to an effective cybersecurity programme to help you kick-start your cybersecurity compliance journey.

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Haitham Al-Jowhari

Partner, Digital Infrastructure & Cyber Security, PwC Middle East

Tel: +971 (0) 56 676 1146

Mohammed Ayesh

Director, Cybersecurity, PwC Middle East

Tel: +966 54767 7828

Ali Mouslmani

Senior Manager, Cybersecurity, PwC Middle East

Tel: +971 54793 4058

Abdulrahman Kurdi

Manager, Cybersecurity, PwC Middle East

Tel: +966 54766 8395

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