Bringing to the Philippines its first-ever Threat Operations Center (TOC)-as-a-service solution, Philippine IT company Traxion Tech Inc. and Israeli cybersecurity service provider I+Cyber conducted a joint partnership for that goal.
The TOC is a streamlined hub that gathers intelligence on advanced persistent threats, crimeware, and botnets to disseminate such information to its clients. It aims to provide a bird’s eye view of cyber threats, giving clients’ internal security measures a wider view of the existing problem. The platform itself is helmed by I+Cyber’s roster of international security experts who collaborate with clients’ internal security teams.
The partnership between the two security firms began during the CyberTech Global Conference on February 1, 2023, in Tel Aviv, Israel where Traxion was a delegate. Welcoming the Filipino is the Ambassador of the Philippines to Israel, Pedro Laylo, Jr. In attendance at the said event are also hundreds of tech companies with a worldwide presence.
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Known for having the highest startup per capita in the world, Israel is labeled the “Startup Capital,” alongside being established as the most intensive research country, by the 2019 Global Startup Ecosystem.
Established by a seasoned professional with over 20 years of experience, I+Cyber is being led by the highly-competent and proficient CEO Assaf Marco.