Riyadh to host Global Cybersecurity Forum from Nov 9

By Rahul Vaimal, Associate Editor
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Saudi Arabia’s National Cybersecurity Authority (NCA) will host the 2022 edition of the Global Cybersecurity Forum (GCF) on the 9th and 10th of November in Riyadh. 

Organized under the theme “Rethinking the Global Cyber Order”, this year’s event will witness participation from key decision-makers and executives from international organizations with expertise in cybersecurity, as well as high-level speakers from a range of government agencies, academic institutions, and leading multinational companies.

The annual forum strives to unite experts in the field of cybersecurity from all around the world to work towards creating a safe and more stable global cyberspace, foster investment, build the foundations for global cooperation in cyberspace, and catalyze socio-economic change.

Over the course of two days, experts from across the globe will converge in Riyadh to find solutions to the most pressing concerns in cyberspace. These include the evolving international order in cyberspace, the current and future state of cybersecurity threats, and technologies of the future as solutions to threats.

With this year’s event, the NCA is determined to build on the success of the previous editions, which brought together an impressive number of participants and stakeholders from over 100 countries.

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