Tata Communications has launched a cybersecurity response centre in Chennai. The customer dashboard of this service aggregates information from security information and event management (SIEM), cyber threat intelligence, cloud–based security framework and a predictions platform based on machine learning. Tata’s centre will provides security services to address concerns in network and infrastructure, content and data, application and access, and threat management.

According to Tata a “managed security service” becomes crucial when cyber threats come in different forms. Its press statement said that according to a Gartner survey, close to 20% of organisations faced at least one IoT– based attack in the past three years.

The company already has cyber security centres in Dubai, Pune, Singapore and will introduce one in Europe this year to help businesses comply with GDPR. It will also plans to open up a US facility.