Ensign InfoSecurity has set up an office in Indonesia as part of its expansion plan.
Located in Jakarta, PT Ensign InfoSecurity Indonesia will provide a full suite of solutions for clients in Indonesia. These include cybersecurity advisory and assurance services, architecture design, systems integration services, and managed security services for advanced threat detection, threat hunting, and incident response.
“Setting up this office reflects our commitment to the country as we sense that Indonesian firms are increasingly looking for trusted partners with deep expertise who can scale with them in the long term. Our aim is exactly that – to be the long-term, trusted partner of Indonesian customers,” said Charles Ng, Executive Vice President of International Business at Ensign InfoSecurity.
Indonesia’s growing digital economy will drive the need for cybersecurity as enterprises seek to build trust with customers in the digital space.
“PT Ensign’s end-to-end security approach ensures Indonesian companies can access key expertise for all their needs in a single, global firm with the expertise to deliver for clients in multiple sectors,” said Audy Antow, Director of Revenue and Business Growth at PT Ensign.
The new entity will leverage Ensign InfoSecurity’s deep research into emerging technologies and threats to augment its solutions and elevate Indonesia’s cyber defence capabilities.
It is tapping on Ensign’s AI-based cyber analytics technologies powered by patented algorithms and novel approaches. This addresses clients’ unique security challenges and enable them to adopt a more proactive, predictive security posture to stay ahead of threat actors. The technologies can proactively detect and contain advanced and emerging threats in real-time and reduce alert fatigue.
“International growth is a critical part of our strategy. As Ensign brings its cybersecurity capabilities and experience into Indonesia, the company hopes to be able to transfer cyber knowledge and technology through this setup to strengthen the local capabilities to serve our Indonesian clients”, said Tammie Tham, Group Chief Executive Officer of Ensign InfoSecurity.
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