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How IBM's security command centre in India helps fight global cyberattacks

The unit helps train cybersecurity response techniques through highly realistic and simulated cyberattack - designed to prepare everyone from C-Suite through technical staff

The new IBM Security Command Centre in Bengaluru, India trains businesses in the art of responding to cyberattacks. Credit: IBM
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The new IBM Security Command Centre in Bengaluru, India trains businesses in the art of responding to cyberattacks. Credit: IBM

Peerzada Abrar Bengaluru
Located in the small township in the eastern part of Bengaluru and surrounded by offices of multinational tech companies is the new IBM Security Command Centre. The facility is the centrepiece of IBM’s multi-million dollar investment in its resources to help businesses prepare for and manage the growing threat of cyberattacks to organisations across the Asia Pacific (APAC) region. 

The facility is the first of its kind in the region. It helps train cybersecurity response techniques through highly realistic and simulated cyberattack – designed to prepare everyone from C-Suite through technical staff. The investment also includes a new Security Operation

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First Published: Mar 08 2022 | 11:34 PM IST

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