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Cybersecurity stalwart LGMS is collaborating with Alibaba Cloud to expand its security offerings

Cybersecurity stalwart LGMS is collaborating with Alibaba Cloud to expand its security offerings

LGMS, a popular cybersecurity consulting company, and Alibaba's Cloud arm have collaborated to improve global organizations' security features. The cloud company has revealed that this partnership's main motto is to help enterprises enhance their abilities to defend themselves against cyber-attacks in a multi-cloud environment. Customers of Alibaba's cloud services will now have access to the cybersecurity company's services that directly in compliance with Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard. LGMS will now merge with Alibaba's Cloud Marketplace. LGMS's Chief Executive Officer, Fong Choong Fook has stated that the main reason behind strengthening the payment environment is because of the ever-growing cybersecurity incidents. Businesses are now looking for ways to minimize risks and work smoothly.

Companies can now gain access to the assessment services with just a few clicks, and the certificates are globally authorized so that the companies can protect their customer's information. From the company's side, they have stated that with LGMS's evaluation process, we can easily find out the loop holes in security to make sure that there are no unnecessary losses. Alibaba Cloud's President of International Business, Selina Yuan, stated that Alibaba is focused on building partnerships that will add value to services and meet the consumer's demand.


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