FS-ISAC, the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center, announced this week that it is launching a new European-based security operations center (SOC) to provide follow-the-sun security operations services for members.
Leveraging a strategic partnership with IBM, the new SOC capability will help FS-ISAC better align with regional and international support and time zone needs of members worldwide. Co-located within IBM’s Security Operations Center in Poland, the European security operations team enhances FS-ISAC’s existing North America-based operations.
Specifically, the European SOC will enable member submissions to be processed and shared faster globally and provide a front line response to member inquiries and requests for assistance. Over the coming year, FS-ISAC will continue to look at additional SOC capabilities to support the needs of its member firms around the wor
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