Samsung SDS, the IT service providing subsidiary of Samsung conglomerate has announced that it is teaming up with the International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) with the aim of providing top-notch security solution services to the customers in the Energy and Utility Industry.
For this purpose, Samsung will be working with the IBM X-Force Exchange, the cutting edge cloud based platform that analyzes threat intelligence and safeguards the client’s system in real time.
Samsung SDS has been developing and providing the Security Solutions for the past 20 years and, recently, it showed signs of tightening its online security solutions which protects a system constantly reeling under the threat from snooping agents.
“The convergence between IBM’s top-of-the-line solutions in security and Samsung SDS’ expertise in the Korean market will help the two companies to roll out competitive security services,” said Han Sung-won, vice president of Samsung SDS’s cybersecurity team, in a press release.
In the energy industry, the success of any system depends on protecting the key equipment’s and maintain top-notch safety for the system that is usually plagued by outdated hardware.
Samsung will also utilize IBM’s total security framework that will make use of Samsung’s consulting and analysis procedures to provide customized solutions for the client’s system in order to get optimized results. This also allows the framework in collecting the data from every part of the system such as the sensors to the network. The collected data is then thoroughly analysed and changes are made to protect the system in an optimal way.
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