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Saudi Arabia plans to offer Google's Chronicle CyberShield as a managed service to enhance cybersecurity in the public sector organizations.
  • The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia aims to improve the security of its public sector organizations by providing Google's Chronicle CyberShield as a managed service.
  • The deal between Google and Haboob, a cybersecurity service provider owned by the Saudi Federation for Cybersecurity, Programming, and Drones, includes additional services such as AI-powered managed security monitoring, incident response, compromise and cyber defense assessments, and red-teaming capabilities from Mandiant.
  • Chronicle CyberShield enables government agencies to integrate threat intelligence, detection, and response, facilitating the sharing of threat information, accelerating investigations, and enabling a united response.
  • Haboob will oversee the launch of a government security operations center (SOC) in Saudi Arabia.
  • This collaboration reflects Saudi Arabia's efforts to collaborate with US cybersecurity vendors, as seen in Aramco's recent partnership with Dragos to enhance security for Saudi operational technology (OT) environments.
Saudi Arabia
Chronicle CyberShield
public sector organizations
managed service

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