The Saudi Aramco’s CEO, Amin Nasser called for exerting more efforts to promote regional cybersecurity collaboration and international cyber-deterrence at the Global Cybersecurity Forum held in Saudi Arabia, according to Saudi Gazette.
The forum, which is held under the patronage of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman, discussed the threat of cyber-terrorism to governments, businesses, and individuals and offered a chance for concerned parties to share their views on creating greater cyber resilience, capacity and management of the increasing threat.
In his remarks to the forum, Nasser suggested an inclusive strategy to support effective industry collaboration on cybersecurity, encouraging cooperation with governments and strengthening existing international activities.
He called for developing, as soon as possible, of a clear global framework which can establish an international legal reference to govern cybersecurity.
Additionally, Nasser noted that Cybersecurity considered one of the top corporate risks that his company is tackling through its Enterprise Risk Management Program.