Wednesday, April 12th, 2017
A Memorandum of Understanding on cyber based infrastructure and the global cybersecurity for development cooperation was signed between South Korea and Saudi Arabia on Wednesday, April 12th, 2017 in Rektorat Building, Parahyangan Catholic University. The MoU aims to strengthen bilateral cooperation regarding cyberspace that is related to cyber security and cyber based infrastructure of the parties.
Saudi Arabia and South Korea agreed on broadening and expanding the relations between the extensive program, transfer of knowledge and development in cyberspace of both countries, and also promoting global cooperation. South Korea along with National Cybersecurity Center of the Republic of Korea and Korea Internet and Security Agency (KISA) agrees to provide cyber security and infrastructure training based on the Global Cybersecurity Center for Development (GCCD) educational framework program.
Both parties believed that the cooperation would serve the common interests and contribute to the development of cyber infrastructure and transfer of knowledge. Also by siging the MoU, both parties are looking forward to a further partnership in other fields and the existing relations woud be better. In addition to that, Saudi Arabia expected a wider cooperation with other countries regarding the development of cyber infrastructure and cybersecurity.