SANS Institute has announced SANS Riyadh 2019, a training event for cybersecurity professionals in Saudi Arabia, which will focus on developing skills in critical security and strategic security planning.
noon.com has recently hosted an event in Saudi Arabia, which was attended by Saudi businesses and entrepreneurs, and featured a keynote by founder Mohamed Alabbar.
Oracle and Saudi Arabia start up consultancy firm OceanX have partnered to help Saudi entrepreneurs set up their startups and drive growth with latest digital technologies.
A majority of medium-to-large organisations in the UAE and Saudi Arabia believe that Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technologies will become critical to business growth for the next five years.
Saudi Arabia’s banking sector saw positive results in KPMG’s latest “Embracing digital report,” the audit tax and advisory services firm revealed.
Saudi Arabia’s cybersecurity market will grow to $5.5 billion by 2023, according to a recent industry report.
Dubai-based ride-hailing firm Careem has reportedly launched it Careem Bus service in Saudi Arabia with Jeddah as the first city of operations.
Uber has appointed Mohammad Bakr Gazzaz as the new General Manager for Saudi Arabia. As part of his role, Gazzaz will focus on closely aligning Uber’s efforts with Saudi Vision 2030.
Careem has recently announced the expansion of its delivery services to Riyadh, with over 100 restaurants and outlets available at launch.
Western Digital Corporation has expanded its portfolio of data storage devices in Saudi Arabia.
Uber has recently announced the launch of a new “Women Preferred View” feature for women drivers in Saudi Arabia, which provides them with a choice in selecting a preference to be connected to women riders.
At the event, Ring will promote its home security products and services, giving customers and attendees the opportunity to experience Ring products firsthand.
SANS Institute has announced SANS Riyadh 2019 to help cyber security professionals in Saudi Arabia develop deep, hands-on skills through immersion-style training.
Badir Program and Jordan-based startup accelerator Propeller have partnered to boost startup collaboration between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan