IBM Establishes Institute For Advanced Security In Asia-Pacific

Posted on: November 11, 2011

  • IBM today announced the launch of the IBM Institute for Advanced Security in Asia-Pacific including India, an expansion of its company-wide initiative to provide government entities, businesses and other key organisations with a forum to collaborate with a global network of security research, services, software and technology experts.
  • Issued today, The IBM X-Force 2011 Mid-Year Trend and Risk Report states that the top countries originating spam has shifted to Asia Pacific, with India sending out roughly 10 percent of all spam registered today and South Korea and Indonesia also making the top five list.
  • The IBM Institute for Advanced Security in the Asia-Pacific region is designed to help drive innovation in the next-generation of security models and solutions and securing cyberspace by:
  • Connecting organizations with IBM Security research efforts including the IBM X-Force team as well as broader IBM services, software and technology experts.
  • Providing resources including collaboration and technology insights through expert blogs, X-Force expertise, white papers, podcasts and online sessions that address rising security issues around cyber security, data analytics, cloud computing and mobile.
  • The Institute, headquartered in Gold Coast, Australia, alongside the IBM Australia Development Lab, will also provide a forum for organisations to understand how recent IBM Research advances. This includes the ability to analyse encrypted information without sacrificing confidentiality. A wider IBM security expertise can help them operate in more intelligent ways, while protecting the privacy and security of critical information. In addition, the Institute will address specific issues such as mobile device security, deep analytics and emergency response.

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