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Introducing the Digital Operation Centers, the place where all digital services are integrated

Introducing the Digital Operation Centers, the place where all digital services are integrated

ElevenPaths, Telefónica’s Cybersecurity Unit, celebrates the VII Security Innovation Day, a national and international benchmark event on innovation and security, under the slogan Guards for Digital Lives. An event contextualized in the film Blade Runner and in the dystopian world that the film predicted for November 2019.

The event begins with the opening of Pedro Pablo Pérez, CEO of ElevenPaths and CEO of Telefónica’s Business Security Unit, in which he makes a fun summary, full of similarities with the Blade Runner movie, of what is going to be told throughout of the encounter.

Then Raúl Breton (SOC Manager of Telefónica Spain), Ester Tejedor (Telefónica Global SOC Manager), Miguel Ángel de Castro (SOC Architect) and Carmen Torrano (AI Expert) take the stage. They tell us how it has evolved from the old, manual operations centers without any automation, to the future ones. These are already integrated with digital services such as Big Data, Cloud, IoT and Digital Workplace, going through automation and Artificial Intelligence and creating the DOC (Digital Operations Center) of the future.

This DOC integrates both the automation and orchestration of services, as well as the management of threat detection and response, relevant information about them and advanced incident analysis, all this managed by Artificial Intelligence.

It’s time to talk about start ups and innovation centers, located in different parts of the country. Rames Sarwat (Director of Alliances, new products and Chief Security Ambassadors), and Paloma Castellano (Director of Wayra Madrid Telefónica) tell us how, Through open innovation, Telefónica is committed to technological start ups to create innovative projects. The three invited start ups are:

Balbix Inc: This start up is located in Silicon Valley and operates in the field of prediction, performing an analysis of the state of cybersecurity and predicting where we might be attacked.

Hdiv Security: Its activity consists of protecting web applications and APIs, being a complete solution that covers security errors and business logic failures in the SDLC (Systems Development Life Cycle).

CPI Consulting: This cybersecurity company is a specialist in the protection of Wi Fi networks, offering specialized solutions in the protection of Wi Fi and Bluetooth systems.

On the other hand, they highlighted the relevance of the recently opened innovation centers such as C4IN and Tegra, located in Spain and whose objective is both to create technology, disseminate and raise awareness of cybersecurity, and to attract specialized talent. In the coming months, a new center will be opened in Valencia, Soth (Security of Things). ElevenPaths plans to continue in the coming years with the opening of more centers both in Latam and in the rest of Europe.

During the round table on innovation and diversity in cybersecurity, the importance of plurality in teams to strengthen and go further. Julia Perea (Digital Security Director of Telefónica Spain), Juan Cobo (Global CISO of Ferrovial), Natalia Moreno (CyberThreats Security Analyst of Telefónica) and Laura Castela (Head of 42 Madrid Fundación Telefónica), talk about the importance of the diversity of their teams and how with the collaboration of each member they reach a better end.

The Innovation and Laboratory teamled by Sergio de los Santos (Lab & Innovation Director ElevenPaths), Yaiza Rubio (Technical Lead Network Tokenization Telefónica), Claudio Caracciolo (Head of Chief Security Ambassadors & Lab Coordinator) and José Torres (Tech Lead Innovation and Lab Team ElevenPaths ), present, one more year, new tools:

I dot: IoT identification through Capacicard technology and Telefónica’s PKI so that the systems inherit credentials from both the device and the user who is using it at that moment.

– Rosetta: System to connect security to any instant messaging channel such as WhatsApp, Telegram…

Daily: It intelligently detects malware in documents without the need to compromise their content.

– MAD: Detect the aggressiveness of advertising in terms of invasiveness in Android applications before installing them.

To close this meeting, Chema Alonso, Chairman of ElevenPaths and Chief Data Officer of Telefónica, shows in his presentation entitled “Keep Always Alert!” various live demos focusing on privacy and APT. A demo of the flagship tool of the Cybersecurity Unit, FOCA, could not be missing. named for this occasion FOCA GPS.

If you want to know more about ElevenPaths, the Telefónica Group’s global cybersecurity unit, visit its website.