Cybersecurity company LogRhythm has launched reporting capabilities and compliance use cases that make it simple and efficient to comply with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s (KSA) Essential Cybersecurity Controls (ECC).
It enables organisations of all kinds to use automation to meet the minimum cybersecurity requirements for information and technology assets operating within the KSA.
The reports and use cases can be deployed in LogRhythm’s NextGen Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) platform, delivering rapid regulatory compliance.
Organisations of all sizes can reportedly create a secure foundation for digital transformation, adopting new applications and services, and growing their operations. The predefined reports and use cases are available immediately to all LogRhythm users in the KSA.
“Every LogRhythm solution comes with a full suite of automated compliance reports and we’re proud to expand this to include the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s ECC. Our predefined reports and use cases ensure that more organisations can secure their digital ecosystems and remove the barriers to transforming their operations. This is about making world-class cybersecurity solutions simple and easy to adopt in local markets in the Middle East and around the world,”
said Mazen A. Dohaji, Vice President, India, Middle East, Turkey & Africa (iMETA) at LogRhythm.
The ECC was launched in 2018 by the National Cybersecurity Authority (NCA) within the Kingdom as part of the Saudi Vision 2030 strategic framework.
The objective of the ECC is to establish best practices in cybersecurity at a national level, covering critical infrastructure, high priority sectors and government services. All government-run agencies and departments within the Kingdom must comply with the ECC, and any privately-run organisations looking to do business with public sector organisations must also comply.
LogRhythm has grown to encompass multiple teams in Egypt, Jordan, the KSA, Lebanon and the UAE.
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