Introduction Saudi Arabia is a resourceful country. Saudi Arabia is a country in the Middle East bordering the Persian Gulf and Red Sea. Extensive coastlines provide leverage on shipping, especially crude oil, through the Persian Gulf and Suez Canal. Neighboring countries include Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen. The geography of Saudi Arabia is primarily desert with rugged mountains in the southwest.
Saudi Arabia's government for opening foreign investment and softening the conditioning also affected the monetary funding for the country in addition to attract the latest technology and products. Foreign investment is a positive effect of globalization for Saudi Arabia. With the government increasing the public spending and funding new fundamental projects, trade for Saudi Arabia is not limited only for products but the attract of external labor. Every year Saudi Arabia attracts about one million expatriates to work for the projects, which will help in accelerating the development wheels, regardless the side effect of Saudi employment still there are some types of jobs which are not attracted for Saudis due to its low wages. Being open to globalization allowed many of the Saudi citizens to go abroad to pursue their studies that leads to different degrees including Bachelor, Masters, Doctorates and medical fellowship with the support of the government by launching the King Abdullah Scholarship
Logic Bombs It is an event dependent programme, as soon as the designated event occurs, it crashes the computer, release a virus or any other harmful possibilities. i. Web Jacking Hackers gain access and control over the website of another, even they change the content of website for fulfilling political objective or for money. A case of web jacking is the ‘gold fish’ case. In this case the site was hacked and the information pertaining to gold fish was changed.
They are forced to safeguard their interests through internet security and ensuring that their interests are not left exposed. It is evident that criminals such child molesters and other such criminals see cyberspace are a means of executing their cybercrime. In addition to cyber security society much continue to educate people on the threats that lurk on the internet and how best they can remain vigilant and mitigate the impact of
Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco), NAICS 213112, is the state-owned, national oil company of Saudi Arabia and the world’s largest exporter of crude oil, producing about 12% of the world’s supply. The company was the victim of a cybersecurity breach in August, 2012 that compromised their business infrastructure and caused those operations to be taken completely offline. Fortunately for the company their Industrial Control Systems (ICS), which are computers and applications that control the production of oil, were not affected. The company’s infrastructure was compromised with malware named “Shamoon” when an employee opened a spear-phishing email and unknowingly allowed the virus to infect the business systems of the company. A successful company performs risk assessments to detect weak points of security and then generates corrective measures to protect its resources.
1. To critically analyze and discuss the impact of relying only on a single type of industry for a nation’s competitive advantage (500 words) Saudi Arabia is one of the world's wealthiest countries per capita and, through ownership of a substantial offer of the world's oil assets, a financial power. Nonetheless, oil keeps on overwhelming fares, yet industrialization endeavors of the 1980s have prompted a extensive enhancement, with a scope of made products being created. The monetary achievement of Saudi Arabia is worked partially on its near points of interest and on beating its inconveniences. Despite the fact that the legislature emphatically underpins the free market economy in view of rivalry, Saudi Arabia is yet to prevail in worldwide
Sunni Islam is the state religion for Saudi Arabia and many Saudi’s are Muslim (McGuigan). There is no technical law that restricts Saudi’s from practicing another religion of their choice however; it is socially frowned upon (McGuigan). In fact, according to the Sharia law that is practiced in Saudi Arabia, when Saudi’s are caught practicing another faith, they may be arrested, imprisoned, or even sentenced to death (McGuigan). The King is in charge of upholding the religion and regulations set forth in the country. However, there are still some times that he and the royal family fail to do so and are heavily criticized for it.
Internet actually can be very useful, entertaining, and helpful for the society. Unfortunately, many people can't handle it so they get addicted and start to absorb the negative impacts from the internet more than the positive impact. People should stop and get out from this addiction or else our generation will be in danger so start to do something productive, find new thing outside the internet, and interact with people more. Internet is not bad, it's just depends on the way you use
According to Furst et al. (2000) some of the reason for the increase in this aspect of banking are the notion that electronic banking and payments will grow rapidly, more or less in tandem with proliferating electronic commerce; industry projections that Internet banking will cut banks’ costs, increase banks’ revenue growth, and make banking more convenient for customers; and some vexing public policy issues. Chaven (2013) adds that internet offers customers faster access, more convenient and around the clock access to banking irrespective of the customer’s location and time. Salawu et al. (2007) adds that internet offers faster delivery of information from the customer and service provider, this adding to the importance of internet banking.
The increase in terror attacks in neighbouring countries is a major concern for Singapore. Since 2014, Malaysia had prevented nine attempted attacks from ISIS terrorists.9 Thailand and Indonesia were hit by multiple bombings last year, resulting in numerous death and injuries.10 ISIS linked militants have also taken root in Marawi, Philippines.11 This series of attacks indicates that the ISIS is shifting its attention to Southeast Asia, making Singapore extremely vulnerable to the threat. Another growing concern is the number of self-radicalised individuals and radicalise foreigners in Singapore that were arrested in recent years.12 An Indonesian born Singaporean, Mas Selamat was one of the most wanted terrorist in Singapore for his plans to crash a plane into the airport.13 The threat posed by radicalised individuals is high, as an attack can happen at any time and place with everyday items like knives and cars. As the ISIS propaganda proliferates online, the rate at which individuals are being radicalised, continues to escalate. To recruit fighters, they make use of social media skilfully, making people into believing that they need to kill in the name of God.