Saudi Deputy Minister of Communications and Information Technology Haitham bin Abdulrahman Al-Ohali inaugurated the facility in a ceremony attended by officials from the ministry, the technology company and a number of industrialists.He explained that while Saudi Arabia is undergoing a development process, the company is well positioned to play a critical role in maintaining cybersecurity across various technologies, including enterprise systems, the Internet of Things, manufacturing systems, and surveillance environments. Smart in homes will increase the need for strong cybersecurity measures in the future, according to arabnews.Noting that the Kingdom is one of the company's most important markets, as it contributes significantly to its overall growth.Mohammed Hashim, General Manager of Kaspersky Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, stated that the company has been working with the Saudi government to enhance cybersecurity for nearly five years. "We have a partnership with the Saudi Federation for Cybersecurity and Programming where we have worked closely with them over the past five years, organizing training camps and cybersecurity training programs aimed at supporting Saudi students. In addition, we have Transparency Centers, which is our own way of providing more support to Saudi students to prepare them for the market with cybersecurity expertise."