Capgemini has opened a new Cyber Defense Center (CDC) in Eastern Europe, in Poland, expanding the Group’s CDC network. This new CDC in Poland draws on Capgemini’s global expertise in high-end services focused on data protection and threat intelligence to support organizations, in Europe and across the world, in securing their digital and cloud transformation processes, improving IT resources and operational safety. As the first Capgemini CDC of its type in Eastern Europe, the facility will play a key role in protecting critical infrastructures across the region, as well as those of a global nature.
Capgemini’s Eastern Europe CDC will focus on securing the systems of infrastructures from a number of sectors. Capgemini’s experts will provide end-to-end support for projects, from the transition and migration of cybersecurity processes, through the configuration of systems and handover of projects to ongoing support aimed at protecting organizations’ data, assets and identities. To maximize analyst efficiency, reduce mean time to recover (MTTR), and enable economical scaling, the CDC is powered by cutting-edge technologies and solutions, such as cloud-native security and also Artificial Intelligence and embedded machine learning on top of orchestration, for advanced hunting and investigating capabilities.
“To keep our clients’ data and assets protected against constantly evolving threats, Capgemini’s Cyber Defense Centers are designed to equip organizations with the best components and resources they need to prevent, detect, and respond to security incidents. Powered by innovative solutions, Capgemini’s pools of certified cybersecurity experts across the world provide clients with improved resilience, and comprehensive intelligence to secure their critical infrastructures,” said Geert van der Linden, Cybersecurity Business Lead at Capgemini.
The new Cyber Defense Center in Poland complements Capgemini’s existing network of thirteen CDCs, including the Asturias (Spain) CDC specializing in cloud and industrial solutions, the Inverness (UK) CDC specializing in pharmaceutical solutions and forensics, the CDC in Bangalore and Mumbai (India), which is the Group’s largest and includes identity and access management (IAM) factory too, the CDC in San Diego (NA), as well as satellite CDCs in important regions such as Australia (Melbourne) and Europe (Paris in France; Utrecht in the Netherlands). These CDCs support Capgemini’s delivery capabilities in Managed Security Services by offering a local and regional presence, with a commitment to sharing knowledge and information on global cybersecurity trends, threats, and the most effective response. As with other CDCs in the global network, the new center will work alongside a number of specialist partners under the global agreements in place with Capgemini.