AIS Business launches Cyber Security Operation Center

AIS Business launches Cyber Security Operation Center

Protecting Thai businesses from cyberattack during WFH

AIS Business has launched Cyber Security Operation Center with the aim of protecting Thai businesses and organisations from cyberattack while they Work From Home (WFH).

“Today, cyberattacks and cyber threats happen all the time among corporate groups and businesses that are the central targets, especially in unusual situations like the COVID-19 virus outbreak, in which every organisation adapts for employees to Work From Home,” observes Yongsit Rojsrikul, Chief Enterprise Business Officer, AIS. 

According to the lastest survey, global cybercrime increased by 37% in March 2020 compared to February 2020, as the number of organisations and businesses practicing work from home rose 127%.

“Cybercrime is forecast to grow worldwide and generate a loss of over $6 trillion by 2021,” Yongsit continued. According to Cybersecurity Ventures, cybercrime will cost the world $6 trillion annually by 2021, up from $3 trillion in 2015.

Against this background, the Thai government announced The Cybersecurity Act, B.E. 2562 (2019) and the Personal Data Protection Act, B.E. 2562 (2019) for related organisations, especially those in the Critical Information Infrastructure (CII) groups, comprising security and government services, financial, information technology and telecommunications, transportation and logistics, energy and public utilities, and public health.

“All this throws the focus on providing cybersecurity and information security as the essential foundation driving the digital economy of the country.”

“Accordingly, as the leader in comprehensive ICT services for organisations, AIS Business has a sense of caring and concern about the cyber situation. Therefore, we developed innovative Cyber Secure solutions and services to assure cybersecurity for corporate and other customers. In particular, we have opened a Cyber Security Operation Center (CSOC) in collaboration with Trustwave, the world’s leading cybersecurity specialist company. Plus we are using AIS’s own cybersecurity expertise to monitor cybersecurity for our customers. The AIS customer base of over 42 million subscribers is comprehensively covered therefore with modern tools and technology of world-class quality that detects, raises alerts and prevents cyberattacks 24 hours a day. That applies to any type of organisation, ensuring that they can move forward and do business with confidence without worrying about cyber threats because they know AIS Business has got their back.”

The AIS Cyber Secure service group further offers multiple solutions customised to meet the needs of any entity, including: Enterprise Mobility Management to assist in managing mobile usage following company policy, Network Firewall that enhances business efficiency, IT Log Management, and Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration Testing to search for vulnerabilities and weaknesses in the corporate network.

“Now and in the post-COVID era in which almost all business operations are moving into the online world, cybersecurity systems are and will be critical. This raises the issue of cybersecurity to the level of the so-called ‘new normal’ where having stable and reliable cybersecurity systems is vital to build consumer confidence and create competitive advantages for organisations and businesses.” For corporates, businesses, and SME customers interested in using the AIS Cyber Secure, Please visit https://business.ais.co.th/solution/security.html.


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