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Photo gallery: Honeywell's Singapore Industrial Cyber Security Center of Excellence

30 Apr 2018

Last week Honeywell officially opened its Singapore Cyber Security Center of Excellence in Changi Business Park - we were there to catch all the action (including a cyber attack demonstration initiated by a compromised USB drive).

The Singapore Center is the company's first Asian base, and its third across the globe - its other Cyber Security Centers of Excellence are located in Dubai and in the United States.

Its services will provide continuous security and performance monitoring and alerting, threat detection and risk management, security device management, and incident response with 24-hour expert support 365 days a year.

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