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Optus buddies up for cybersecurity push, extends 4G network

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Tuesday 07 October 14

Australian operator to build security operation centres in partnership with SingTel, FireEye.

Australian telco Optus on Tuesday ramped up its cybersecurity activities in partnership with parent company SingTel and security platform maker FireEye. Over the next five years, the companies will co-invest in Advanced Security Operation Centres (ASOCs) in Sydney and Singapore tasked with detecting and containing threats to enterprise and government networks…

Australian telco Optus on Tuesday ramped up its cybersecurity activities in partnership with parent company SingTel and security platform maker FireEye. Over the next five years, the companies will co-invest in Advanced Security Operation Centres (ASOCs) in Sydney and Singapore tasked with detecting and containing threats to enterprise and government networks…

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