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The National Security Services Company (SAFE) Signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Saudi Aramco



The National Security Services Company (SAFE) signed a memorandum of understanding with Saudi Aramco, for training and development in the safety firefighting, and rescue field. 

Under the patronage and presence of Prince Saud bin Nayef bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the Governor of the Eastern Province, and his accompanying delegation visited the 10th ASIS Middle East conference, the first of its kind in the Middle East. The National Security Services Company (SAFE) is the strategic partner sponsoring the conference, under the theme "Security Enables Economic Growth. " Turki bin Matooq Al-Thonayan, the CEO of the National Security Services Company (SAFE), presented the company's vision of reshaping the private security services sector by creating an integrated system with the aim of advancing the sector.


A visit was also made to (SAFE) Command and Control Center at the exhibition by his highness, where a detailed presentation of the center's operation was provided. This included a demonstration of (SAFE Eye) an unmanned aerial vehicle operated and supervised by Saudi national personnel for aerial surveillance, which is one of the company's security solutions and services. The National Security Services Company (SAFE) is also working on knowledge localization, improving the quality of service provided in the field of private security, as well as developing and enhancing the security services and guard sectors through the provision of a range of services that comply with the best standards and technologies, through security consultations, integrated security solutions, training, and development programs.


Turki bin Matooq Al-Thonayan, the CEO of the National Security Services Company (SAFE), expressed his gratitude for the visit of his highness Prince Saud bin Nayef to the company's exhibition and (SAFE) Command and Control Center. His Royal Highness witnessed the signing of several memorandum of understanding, including an agreement with Saudi Aramco for cooperation in the field of training and development, and an agreement with Thales, a French company specializing in technical security solutions.


The 10th ASIS Middle East conference brings together more than 100 local and international organizations and specialized experts in the field of security. It includes approximately 33 sessions and lectures on protecting sensitive facilities, risk management, the role of digital transformation and modern technologies in security, and the development of the workforce in the field of industrial security.​​