Symantec extends security response network to SEA
Symantec on Wednesday announces the opening of its first security response center in Southeast Asia, which will focus on monitoring the region's online threat landscape and improve cybersecurity knowledge.
The company said in a statement that the center will boost its regional coverage and allow it to "identify and analyze emerging Internet security threats, deliver protection, and provide informed commentary on new trends observed in cyberattacks".
Bernard Kwok, senior vice president for Asia-Pacific and Japan at Symantec, noted that setting up the facility here will allow the company to tap the region's talent pool as well as Singapore's "world-class research environment".
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