Why OneSecure Asia is going all-in on managed security services, shaped by cloud – Channel Asia Singapore

Edmund How (OneSecure Asia)

Edmund How (OneSecure Asia)

Credit: OneSecure Asia

OneSecure Asia is prioritising the delivery of cloud-based cyber security services across Southeast Asia in 2020, targeting customer acquisition amid regional expansion plans.

Shaped by a focus on SME and enterprise-level businesses, the Singapore-based managed security service provider (MSSP) is building out a portfolio capable of offering enhanced protection following strategic alliances with RSA and Accedian.

“During the past several years, we have built up product lines consisting of managed services and cyber security solutions that cater to SME and enterprise customers,” outlined Edmund How, founder and managing director of OneSecure. “We’re now focusing on reaching out to new customers to deliver these much needed services to protect networks, brands and digital assets.

“We’re also prioritising upgrading our current suite of solutions to address the emerging threat landscape while reaching a broader group of customers.”

Within Southeast Asia, How said plans are underway to increase focus on the key markets of Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand, supported by recent vendor partnerships and a team of more than 30 specialists.

Specifically, OneSecure recently upgraded security information and event management (SIEM) capabilities in Singapore, enhancing innovation and protection levels through the deployment of RSA technologies.

The roll-out of RSA NetWitness Platform is designed to improve threat detection and response through data collection and analysis across increased capture points and computing platforms, spanning physical, virtual and cloud environments. Fully implemented effective July 2020, the upgraded SIEM is housed in a tier-3 data centre within the city-state.


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