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October 24, 2014
Cyber-security center launched in Wales
Cardiff, Wales (UPI) Oct 23, 2014
A new cyber-security center has been officially launched in Britain by Alert Logic for its expanding European customer base. The European Security Operations Center is located in Cardiff, Wales, and will deliver enterprise-grade service for the Alert Logic suite of network, system and application security technologies. "IT teams are not resourced to adequately respond to the marked increase in security and cyber-attack threats," said Gray Hall, chief executive officer at Alert Logic, a U ... read more

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