BT Launches New Cyber Security Hub in Singapore

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BT has officially opened a new cyber security hub in Singapore to help businesses and local government secure their operations for the digital age.

The new office, which is home to around 300 staff has a new ‘Customer Experience Centre’ which provides an interactive experience showcasing global connectivity services, cloud migration as well as world class cyber security services.

The new BT office will be the hub for the British company to deliver its services across South East Asia, providing cyber security solutions and services to private and public sector organisations.

The clients in the region include, a number of Singapore government agencies, major banks and financial service providers, the Singapore Stock Exchange and leading local and global logistics and shipping operators.

James Hennah, Managing Director, BT in South East Asia
The new office is home to almost 300 highly skilled staff, supporting our growing list of customers in the region with resilient connectivity, cloud services and world class security. It builds on our established presence with both networking and cyber operations in the wider Asia Pacific region. 

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