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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The creation of the Center for Data Security Services for IBM not only helps by protecting data, people, applications and business transactions, but it will also employ a hundred people.

    This was assured this morning as part of the tenth anniversary of the company, which has 1,700 employees.

    President Luis Guillermo Solís participated in the activity and thanked in his speech IBM for the incorporation into the labor market for women

    “Thank you, that IBM has the interest of incorporating women among its employees,” affirmed the president.

    This new service center will be open 24 hours seven days a week, it will monitor the latest events in security experienced by IBM customers and will be responsible for assessing their potential impact on business to ensure that the customers’ infrastructure is set against cyber threats.

    According to Marisa Viveros, vice president of IBM, who drew attention to opening the center, it was easy to find quality employees. “The center is already working. We are very happy to work here, to attract local talent. We came here and immediately found staff. Not that we came and we had to train for hours or years, “confirmed Viveros, who added that more training will be given regarding security.

    With this new center, IBM complements other services already provided in the country which include Cloud Computing, Business Analytics, Project Management, Human Resources, Finance, and others.

    Once the activity was over, which was delayed by at least 30 minutes while waiting for the president, Solis went for a walk and as usual did not deny neither a greeting nor a photograph from those who requested it.

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)

    San Jose, Costa Rica

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