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SDAIA Receives ‘ISO 27001:2022’ Certificate for Global Information Security Standards

Source: Saudi Press Agency

The Saudi Data and AI Authority (SDAIA) received the ISO 27001:2022 certificate for implementing accurate and comprehensive standards in data protection and ensuring information security in the Saudi Private Network for Government Integration (SPINE).

SPINE is one of SDAIA’s products designed to connect over 300 government entities to exchange data and services and unify the connection mechanism to reduce financial costs. SDAIA National Information Center Director Dr. Esam bin Abdullah Al-Wagait received the certificate in the presence of several SDAIA officials and the national team that worked on this achievement.

SDAIA obtained the global certificate after applying best practices and standards in areas such as risk management, data protection, maintaining information confidentiality, and ensuring business continuity in networks, communications, data exchange, and services.

The ISO 27001:2022 certificate is an international standard that defines the requirements for creating, implementing, and improving the processing of security challenges in modern technology, such as data protection, cyber threats, and ensuring business continuity.

Such certificates contribute to raising the quality of information-security management, enhancing confidence in SDAIA’s ability to protect sensitive information and manage risks. Obtaining the certificate is part of the global trend towards adopting best practices in the field of information security.

This certificate is part of a series of global certificates that SDAIA has obtained in the field of data and AI, reflecting its commitment to achieving the highest standards of quality and institutional excellence in all areas.

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