Bogotá will have a new high-tech and cybersecurity center

Bogotá will have a new high-tech and cybersecurity center

The private security unions announced that from this September 28 Bogotá will have a new high-tech and cybersecurity center, which will be located in the San Felipe neighborhood of the town of Barrios Unidos.

Miguel Ángel Díaz, union representative and director of the project, said that “It is a center that seeks to identify incidents of cybernetic origin that harm companies and individuals. It scales through the entire network system, through search and case interpretation systems that try to defraud people through deception.”

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This specialized center will have high safety standards and its purpose will be to support institutions and authorities that require specialized treatment of their information, as well as expert, remote and permanent monitoring of personnel and infrastructure.

The union also pointed out that according to the Colombian Chamber of Informatics and Telecommunications, Colombia was the target of seven billion cyberattacks in 2021 and according to the Attorney General’s Office, in that same year in the country there was an increase of 30 percent of this crime.

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The new center will be able to provide the big data service, access controls to buildings will be carried out remotely and it will have the most modern closed television circuits in the country.

From there, it will be possible to support and reinforce the intelligence system against other crimes that usually occur in Bogotá, such as robbery, personal injury, homicide, kidnapping and sexual crimes.

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