Week in Review: Of cybersecurity, mangroves, and more
As 2020 gets underway, the opening of a new Mangrove Eco-Park, recognitions for health care and cybersecurity, and more top the list of this week's recap.
This week's news included a ceremony to mark the opening of the Ras Tanura Eco-Park, honors for the company's cybersecurity efforts, recognition to Johns Hopkins Aramco Healthcare for its person-centered care system, work on a new Dry Port facility at the world-class King Salman Energy Park (SPARK), and safety efforts being made to protect employees traveling while on the job in remote areas.
Aramco president and CEO Amin Nasser his week helped open the Mangrove Eco-Park near Ras Tanura, the first facility in the Kingdom dedicated to the preservation of mangrove forests, which provide critical buffer zones between land and sea as well as breeding and nursery grounds for various marine life. Open to community residents, the park offers a great opportunity to see a wide variety of bird life and remarkable greenery.
"As of today, JHAH is officially the gold standard for person-centered care in Saudi Arabia," said Nabeel A. Al-Jama', Saudi Aramco's senior Vice President of Human Resources and Corporate Services. "You have built a JHAH culture that puts people and their needs at the front and center of everything we do."
The cutting-edge efforts of Aramco’s Information Security Department (ISD) have been recognized by an international organization pledged to digital transformation and boosting cybersecurity across the global industrial landscape.
Aramco’s Third-Party Cybersecurity Program, which has the goal of guarding the company from cyber threats stemming from third parties, received the prestigious CSO50 2020 award from the technology media company International Data Group.
Our project management team is driving the development of world-class dry port and logistics zone at the King Salman Energy Park (SPARK), helping realize some of the key elements of Saudi Vision 2030.
The North Ghawar Producing Department (NGPD) has deployed cutting-edge technology to monitor in-the-field road safety of employees and contractors across its approximately 14,000 km2 area of operations.
The newly established NGPD Field Operation Support Center, operating from its base at Abqaiq’s South Administration Building, is a centralized hub for the coordination and monitoring of all journey management related tasks.