In a bid to boost cybersecurity defence capacity in Northern Ireland, which is experiencing a surge in cybercrime, Razormind has launched a new cybersecurity centre in Belfast, United Kingdom. The centre provides a range of cybersecurity managed services for clients.
Razormind announced today the opening of its Cybersecurity Centre in Belfast as part of their ongoing commitment to Northern Ireland and protecting their clients' data and privacy.
The Centre will host a 24x7 control room manned by cyber-security professionals monitoring and protecting client networks in real-time. It will also be conducting research into the latest cyberattacks and trends, while developing tools for the advanced detection of such threats.
The project is in advance of the placement of a BitCoin network across the province, and the upcoming release of Razormind's blockchain driven DeOS platform.
A critical focus for the Centre within the next three years will be protecting firms during the systemic uncertainty of Brexit. As a result, the company's customers and employees will benefit from Razormind's ability to respond even faster to rapidly evolving threats.
Tapping further into the Northern Irish talent pool as well as an array of security experts including analysts, developers and researchers from large institutions within both the public and private sectors, Razormind Cybersecurity Centre will be pivotal to keeping Razormind at the cutting edge of innovation in the cybersecurity field.
Beyond further strengthening Razormind's security offering, the initiative will also strengthen protection for the broader community as a result of bringing together the top minds in cybersecurity to develop tools and share intelligence.