Internet Solutions Kenya sets up cyber threat intelligence centre

Thursday 12 September 2019 | 13:05 CET | News

Internet Solutions Kenya has invested KES 20 million in setting up a Cyber Threat Intelligence Centre that aims to help companies monitor, analyse and respond to evolving cyber threats and to help companies operating in Kenya and in Africa to develop a risk-based, proactive cyber resiliency strategy that will help them prevent, detect and respond to cyber-attacks within their IT environments. The company will be looking to invest an additional KES 30 million over the next 12 months in expanding the facilities and hiring more cyber security engineers.

Operating on 24/7 daily basis, the centre will provide a real-time cyber security service tailored to each company, based on Internet Solution’s cross-industry expertise. 



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Categories: Internet
Companies: Internet Solutions
Countries: Kenya
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