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SK Telecom launches security services for cloud computing
Published : Jun 6, 2012 - 19:04
Updated : Jun 6, 2012 - 19:04
SK Telecom has launched security services for cloud computing servers to guard against hacking and security breaches.

The company said that through a strategic partnership with U.S.-based Juniper Networks, it developed a cost-efficient cloud security system, named the “T Cloud Biz.” Infosec, which is part of SK C&C, will operate the system.

This the first time a telecom company in Korea has launched such “firewall” services for business-to-business cloud computing that utilize systematic and real-time check ups.

Korea has been relatively slow to adopt cloud computing, quickly emerging as a next generation technology, as there has been a very few security solutions in the market, the telecom giant noted. It also had been physically difficult to install security systems for cloud computing due to its open source nature.

By Park Hyong-ki (hkp@heraldcorp.com)
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