Australian cyber security firm Secure Logic will open its second Cyber Threat Intelligence Centre in the Indian city of Bangalore with a $4 million investment. The company already has one such centre in Sydney. The second centre is due to open its doors in December.
Sydney is one of a number of artificial intelligence "experience zones" established across the Asia Pacific and Japan region by Dell EMC, in partnership with Intel, as part of a move to accelerate AI adoption across the region.
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