The agreement was co-signed by the College's Dean Dr. Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Al-Dahlawi, on behalf of advisor at the Royal Court Saud Bin Abdullah Al-Qahtani, and IronNet Cybersecurity CEO Keith Alexander, former director of US National Security Agency and former commander of US Cyber Command.

Dr. Al-Dahlawi said in a statement that this important, strategic agreement would ensure that Saudis would benefit from the experience of an advisory team comprising senior officers who had held senior positions in the Cyber Command of the US Department of Defense.

Dr. Al-Dahlawi pointed out that the educational programs that will be developed under this agreement would make Prince Muhammad Bin Salman College the first educational institution at national and regional level that has high educational programs in different fields of cyber security and warfare.