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The World League for Cybersecurity (GCI), which was dissolved by the United Nations International Telecommunications Union (ITU), was one of the four senior Arab countries.
The assessment of 175 countries around the world examines the practices and tools that use to protect systems, networks and programs from digital attacks.
The following are the order of all Arab countries:
|Country||Evaluation in 2017||Evaluation in 2018|
46 And the fifth place in the Arab world
|13 and the first Arab|
Fourth place in the world and its first Arab
25 throughout the world and the third Arab
|17 throughout the world and the third Arab|
14 worldwide and the second Arab
|23 throughout the world and the fourth Arab|
|The United Arab Emirates||
47 and the United Arab Emirates
|33 in the world, and a fifth in the Arab world|
138 worldwide and 17 Arab
|67 and the Arab Arab|
The world, and the Arab eighth
|68 throughout the world and the seventh world in the Arab world|
92 and the 10th Arab
|74 throughout the world and the Arab eighth|
40 throughout the world and the fourth Arab
|The world, and the ninth place in the Arab world. T|
49 in the world and seven in the Arab world
|93 the universe and the 10th Arab|
103 worldwide and 13 Arab
|101 around the world and 11 Arab|
95 worldwide and 11 Arab
|103 worldwide and 12 Arab|
158 world-wide and 19 Arab
|107 worldwide and 13 Arab|
67 world-wide and nine Arab
|108 worldwide and 14 Arab|
101 around the world and 12 Arab
|114 all over the world and 15 Arab|
104 worldwide and 14 Arab
|117 world-wide and 16 Arab|
118 worldwide and 15 Arab
|124 worldwide and 17 Arab|
124, world-wide and 16 Arab
|145 worldwide and 18 Arab|
161 world-wide and 21 Arab countries
|156 worldwide and 19 Arab|
139 around the world and 18 Arab
|159 world-wide and 20 Arab countries|
163 world-wide and 22 Arab countries
|172 world-wide and 21 Arab countries|
160 world-wide and 20 Arab
|173 world-wide and 22 Arab countries|
Out of 54 countries had a high safety rating, four were Arab countries: Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar and Egypt.
Saudi Arabia was registered as a first in the Arab world and 13 in the world in 2018, having fifth in the Arab world and 46 in 2017.
Saudi Aramco, the world's largest oil company, was attacked by an electronic attack in 2012 that the US information officers say they are connected to Iran.
“The Global Index of Global Security measures countries' commitment to security in line with the five columns of the global cyberecurity, legal, technical, governance, capacity-building and collaborative working program,” said the EU Union of everything. Telecommunications (ITU).
Across the world, the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has focused on awareness and commitment from countries around the world for the objectives of the global cyberecurity program, with e-risks at its latest t rise.
The Australian Parliament announced in February that its network of computers was shut.
Democratic Party computers were swept away in 2016 by the US election process, which was attributed to Russian representatives.
The Pentagon in September said US efforts on defense would include "strengthening the network" and improving safety.
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