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An Overview of Saudi Arabia’s Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Landscape

In this whitepaper, you will learn:

  • Saudi Arabia’s data privacy framework – PDPL and its key obligations,
  • Sectors-specific laws – ecommerce, financial services, insurance, telecommunications,
  • Cybersecurity framework, cyber laws, GenAI laws, and their key obligations,
  • How Securiti helps organizations comply with Saudi Arabia’s laws.


Amidst its ambitious Vision 2030, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) sets the center stage with robust regulatory frameworks, a critical aspect in the nation's rapidly evolving digital domain. Taking inspiration from the European Union’s GDPR, Saudi Arabia has introduced the Personal Data Protection Law (PDPL) that regulates the way businesses collect data in the region.

KSA's Data Privacy Framework is a ground-breaking step toward establishing robust data privacy and protection regulations that meet the unique requirements of the Saudi digital landscape while aligning with the global regulatory landscape and best practices.

This whitepaper dissects the intricate layers of Saudi Arabia's approach to data privacy and cybersecurity, highlighting key regulations and strategic initiatives, reflecting the nation's commitment to securing its digital infrastructure and safeguarding sensitive data.

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Yes, Saudi Arabia has a federal data protection law – the Personal Data Protection Law (PDPL). It was introduced in September 2021, and since then, it has undergone Implementing Regulations and Regulations on Personal Data Transfer outside Saudi Arabia.

The GDPR primarily applies to organizations within the EU and the EEA. However, it also applies to organizations outside these regions if they offer goods or services to or monitor the behavior of EU/EEA residents. Therefore, businesses in Saudi Arabia that engage with EU/EEA residents in the ways described by the GDPR would need to comply with its regulations.

The Saudi Authority for Data and Artificial Intelligence (SDAIA) published the second iteration of its Artificial Intelligence Ethics Principles, known as AI Principles 2.0, which provides an ethical framework based on principles for KSA’s usage and advancement of AI technology. Saudi Arabia has also published a Generative AI Guide for the public, which provides guidelines regarding the adoption and use of generative artificial intelligence systems.

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