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Swimlane sets up regional HQ in Malaysia to bolster cyber security analytics, automation in Asia Pacific

06/05/2022 12:52 PM

KUALA LUMPUR, May 6 (Bernama) -- Swimlane, the leader in low-code security automation, plans to set up their regional headquarters in Kuala Lumpur as part of a strategic initiative with CyberSecurity Malaysia to build a more resilient cyber ecosystem throughout the region.

Swimlane said both parties have identified three key initiatives as part of its strategic alliance including to drive awareness on how security operations automation can bring value to organisations, and in-country talent skills development.

It said the cooperation would include bringing its technology to enable existing as well as new technology partners such as GlobeOSS Sdn Bhd to develop security automation and analytics solutions and services for the regional market.

Swimlane co-founder and chief strategy officer Cody Cornell said the company’s expansion into Asia Pacific was anchored to protect organisations, while reducing the level of effort and total cost of ownership in achieving what was previously impossible security goals.

“Today, every company is a technology company and at the same time, security is having an unprecedented impact on businesses and their bottom line, making cybersecurity a company-wide issue,'' he said in a statement today.

CyberSecurity Malaysia chief executive officer Datuk Dr Amirudin Abdul Wahab said the strategic partnership with Swimlane was timely for CyberSecurity Malaysia as it will help to establish and extend strategic cybersecurity vision in the region.

“As the national cybersecurity specialist and technical centre, CyberSecurity Malaysia welcomes such collaboration as it provides Malaysia with advanced technology, capability and capacity to ensure our cyber environment is reliable, safe and trustworthy,” he added.


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