The Central Bank of Saudi Arabia (CBSA) launched its first Computer Fraud Program yesterday. The programme, which will last three months, aims to strengthen Saudi Arabia's national capabilities by involving a group of employees from the Central Bank and local banks in a specialized training course. This was learned from the Saudi press agency "Spa".
Employees will take part in an intensive development programme, specializing in the field of combating cyber fraud, which will be held at one of Britain's most prestigious universities, the name of which has not been announced. The it is one of the most important developed locally and globally and aims to lay the foundations for the adoption of the most efficient practices and international standards in the sector of security applied to the financial system.