Saudi Federation for Cybersecurity and Programming signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Advanced Electronics Company (AEC) to provide encryption systems, remote control systems (SCADA) and C4i systems, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.
Advanced Electronics Company, a leading company in electronics and cognitive technology industry, is also going to provide all services and technical solutions to the Federation in the field of cybersecurity, programming and Drones.
The Memorandum aims to attract innovators and those who are interested in the field of cybersecurity, programming and drones and provide an appropriate training environment for them. The MOU seeks to increase activates, competitions and workshops in those areas that would contribute to raising the efficiency of our innovators and talented citizens, SPA added.
The MOU was signed on behalf of the Royal Adviser and Chairman of the Board of Directors of SAFCS, by Vice Chairman of SAFCS, Dr. Abdullah bin Sharaf Al Ghamdi, and the CEO of Advanced Electronics Company Abdul-Aziz Al-Duelij.
The Royal Adviser and Chairman of SAFCS Saud Al-Qahtani pointed out that this memorandum would seek to discover local talent and provide appropriate systems to meet the current and future needs of the federation.
Under this agreement, the federation and the company will also offer their cooperative efforts in relation to cyber security, programming and drones.
Al-Duelij said that the memorandum would contribute to providing all logistic and advisory services, products and trainings for the federation in the fields of programming, drones and cyber security, in addition to providing training opportunities for innovators in such fields.