IBM has announced a significant investment to help businesses prepare for the growing threat of cyberattacks to organizations across the Asia Pacific region.
The centerpiece of this investment is the new IBM Security Command Center, the first of its kind in the region, for training cybersecurity response techniques through realistic, simulated cyberattacks.
The investment also includes a new Security Operation Center (SOC) which is part of IBM’s vast network of existing global SOCs – providing 24×7 security response services to clients globally.
The new IBM cybersecurity centers will help address the need for organizations to accelerate their security strategies and align business priorities.
Located at IBM offices at Embassy Golf Links in Bengaluru, India, the new facilities represent a strategic hub for IBM cybersecurity activities in the region.
Chris Hockings, IBM Security CTO for Asia Pacific, said: “The new IBM Security Command Center is the first in Asia Pacific enabled to train the entire business in the art of response to a cyberattack event, further enhanced by the real-time experience of our security experts based in the adjoining global SOC.
“With Asia Pacific’s enormous growth, diversity and role in global supply chain, these capabilities can be a real game changer for helping customers face growing threats in the region.”Click below to share this article