'It's a self-sufficient operation': SecureLink assures European data will stay confidential after launch of Chinese entity

Josh Budd
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New cyberdefence centre in Shanghai will not share data with SecureLink's European facilities, promises COO Johan Andersson

SecureLink has assured its customers that its network of European cyberdefence centres (CDCs) will not communicate or share information with its new centre in Shanghai, which SecureLink claims is now officially operational. The MSSP's five European CDCs across the Nordics, Benelux, UK and Germany exchange information and logs on security incidents. But, according to chief operating officer Johan Andersson, the Shanghai centre will be treated as an entirely separate entity, and have no acce...

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