Globe Telecom President and CEO Ernest Cu, in his keynote, welcomes the newly-operational Globe Advanced Security Operations Center (ASOC) through the company’s information and technology arm Globe Business as it strengthen its position to best aid the Philippines in its fight against cybersecurity threats that continually put the operations of both businesses and government agencies at risk.
Cu gave the example of another industry threaten with a ransom by cyberhackers that they’ll attack on their facilities if they don’t pay up. This kind of threat gave way to fully mobilize Globe Business “to put itself in the best position to protect its customers by growing its Managed Security Services portfolio and improving its expertise and ability to deliver these solutions,” according to Mike Frausing, Globe Business Senior Advisor.
The newly-operational ASOC powered by Trustwave houses infrastructure and teams which deliver services such as customer service platform management, threat detection, threat hunting, and incident response for both Globe Telecom’s network and the network of its customers.
In addition, Globe Business has also forged a strategic partnership with Singtel that will not only further build its expertise, but will also sustain its ability to be at the forefront of delivering a comprehensive and best-of-breed suite of cybersecurity solutions.
“It is imperative for businesses and the government to stay one step ahead of such cyber threats. This partnership leverages Globe Telecom’s understanding of the Philippine landscape, Singtel’s expertise in providing managed services, and Trustwave’s experience in delivering enterprise-grade managed security services,” Frausing added.
Globe Telecom’s strategic partnership with Singtel, the ecosystem of cybersecurity players such as Trustwave and Palo Alto Network, complements its existing partnerships with FireEye and Arbor, and strengthens the services and solutions that help keep customers secure from ever-evolving threats.
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