BT is expanding its security operations support for partners and customers across Europe.
The company has opened a new security operations centre (SOC) in Paris, as well as upgrading facilities at its SOCs in Madrid and Frankfurt.
BT’s global network of SOCs and 3,000 security specialists protect BT and its customers against 125,000 cyber attacks every month.
The European SOC investment will support new services and technologies based on the cloud and the Internet of Things, among other market segments.
The Paris cyber SOC will provide advanced incident detection, threat intelligence, orchestration and automation services.
It has also been designed to meet both PDIS and European NIS Directive requirements, which allows BT to qualify as a Security Incident Detection Service provider.