About The Global Cybersecurity Forum:
The Global Cybersecurity Forum (GCF) is an action and initiative oriented global platform for policymakers, governments, business, cybersecurity leaders, academia and NGOs to establish new partnerships and establish meaningful dialogue on key global cybersecurity issues.
Designed to promote collaboration and to share best practice from across the value chain on tackling current and emerging global cyber threats, GCF leverages multi-disciplinary thinking to promote and achieve enhanced global cyber resilience.
In 2021, GCF will strive to accelerate the global cybersecurity dialogue and promote a balanced vision for cybersecurity as well as showcasing innovation across sectors. GCF will also tackle the shifting attack vulnerabilities and the need to bridge gaps between the public and private sector as well as between industry and academia. At the same time, GCF will take a longer view to shed light on the future of the of Cyberspace
|Global Cybersecurity Forum | Virtual Dialogue||
7 April 2021
|Global Cybersecurity Forum||
To Be Announced
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
The National Cybersecurity Authority (NCA) was established in 2017 by a Royal Order that links it directly to His Majesty The King.
NCA is the government entity in charge of cybersecurity in Saudi Arabia and it serves as the national authority on its affairs. It has both regulatory and operational functions related to cybersecurity and it works closely with public and private entities to improve the cybersecurity posture of the country in order to safeguard its vital interests, national security, critical infrastructures, high-priority sectors, government services and activities.