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She said remote working has exposed industries to cyber attacks and cyberwars


Bushra Al-Ghamdi, a cybersecurity trainer and administrative developer, revealed that, according to the Data and Artificial Intelligence Authority “SDAYA”, cyber attacks targeting the G-20 platform “Borooq”, amounted to approximately 2,372,028 electronic attacks that were completely repelled without any damage.

She said: The number of security alerts that were dealt with through the Security Operations Center at Sedaya Security Operation Center was 28.
He added: There were a number of viruses that targeted companies in the Kingdom, such as the ransom virus in its two versions and the Shamoon virus, which is one of the most powerful electronic viruses, as it targeted many vital and non-vital sectors and sectors, and led to the infection of nearly 35,000 devices at one moment.

And she added: With the large number of these attacks and the multiplicity of their methods and methods; The Kingdom was at the forefront of countries targeted in all its sectors by many cyber attacks every second, and it was one of the first countries to develop security defense methods, defense lines and firewalls for vital infrastructures.

And she continued: The permanent goal of these cyber wars was sabotage, either for political or religious goals, or to destabilize the regime, or even for the purposes of material extortion and so on, so it was necessary for all sectors to develop and train their employees for security compliance, security awareness and protection of facility data, because they are the first lines of defense and attack Whatever the numerous techniques and methods of protection, the war is no longer a traditional war, but a media and electronic war, and the armies that are being recruited are pirates and saboteurs.

Al-Ghamdi said: The beginning of 2020 and until this moment began with the Covid-19 epidemic, which shook the world and the international and global economy, and had the greatest impact in the radical change of many government and commercial sectors alike, forcing them to work remotely to avoid the risks of the epidemic and the entry of employees from servers. This in turn has led to the exposure of many of these sectors to cyber attacks and targeted and non-targeted cyberwars.
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“Al-Ghamdi”: “Sdaya” confronted two million electronic attacks on the Brooq platform, and 28 security alerts

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Bushra Al-Ghamdi, a cybersecurity trainer and administrative developer, revealed that, according to the Data and Artificial Intelligence Authority “SDAYA”, cyber attacks targeting the G-20 platform “Borooq platform”, amounted to approximately 2,372,028 electronic attacks that were completely repelled without any damage.

She said: The number of security alerts that were dealt with through the Security Operations Center at Sedaya Security Operation Center was 28.
He added: There were a number of viruses that targeted companies in the Kingdom, such as the ransom virus in its two versions and the Shamoon virus, which is one of the most powerful electronic viruses, as it targeted many vital and non-vital sectors and sectors, and led to the infection of nearly 35,000 devices at one moment.

And she added: With the large number of these attacks and the multiplicity of their methods and methods; The Kingdom was at the forefront of countries targeted in all its sectors by many cyber attacks every second, and it was one of the first countries to develop security defense methods, defense lines and firewalls for vital infrastructure.

And she continued: The permanent goal of these cyber wars was sabotage, either for political or religious goals, or to destabilize the regime, or even for the purposes of material extortion and so on, so it was necessary for all sectors to develop and train their employees for security compliance, security awareness and protection of facility data, because they are the first lines of defense and attack No matter how many protection techniques and methods are, the war is no longer a traditional war but a media and electronic war, and the armies that are being recruited are pirates and saboteurs.

Al-Ghamdi said: The beginning of 2020 and until the moment the Covid-19 epidemic began, which shook the world and the international and global economy, and had the greatest impact in the radical change of many governmental and commercial sectors alike, forcing them to work remotely to avoid the risks of the epidemic and the entry of employees from servers. This in turn has led to the exposure of many of these sectors to cyber-attacks and targeted and non-targeted cyberwars.

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She said remote working has exposed industries to cyber attacks and cyberwars

Bushra Al-Ghamdi, a cybersecurity trainer and administrative developer, revealed that, according to the Data and Artificial Intelligence Authority “SDAYA”, cyber attacks targeting the G-20 platform “Borooq platform”, amounted to approximately 2,372,028 electronic attacks that were completely repelled without any damage.

She said: The number of security alerts that were dealt with through the Security Operations Center at Sedaya Security Operation Center was 28.
He added: There were a number of viruses that targeted companies in the Kingdom, such as the ransom virus in its two versions and the Shamoon virus, which is one of the most powerful electronic viruses, as it targeted many vital and non-vital sectors and sectors, and led to the infection of nearly 35,000 devices at one moment.

And she added: With the large number of these attacks and the multiplicity of their methods and methods; The Kingdom was at the forefront of countries targeted in all its sectors by many cyber attacks every second, and it was one of the first countries to develop security defense methods, defense lines and firewalls for vital infrastructures.

And she continued: The permanent goal of these cyber wars was sabotage, either for political or religious goals, or to destabilize the regime, or even for the purposes of material extortion and so on, so it was necessary for all sectors to develop and train their employees for security compliance, security awareness and protection of facility data, because they are the first lines of defense and attack Whatever the numerous techniques and methods of protection, the war is no longer a traditional war, but a media and electronic war, and the armies that are being recruited are pirates and saboteurs.

Al-Ghamdi said: The beginning of 2020 and until this moment began with the Covid-19 epidemic, which shook the world and the international and global economy, and had the greatest impact in the radical change of many government and commercial sectors alike, forcing them to work remotely to avoid the risks of the epidemic and the entry of employees from servers. This in turn has led to the exposure of many of these sectors to cyber attacks and targeted and non-targeted cyberwars.





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