Indosat Ooredoo Debuts iSOC Security and Hybrid Cloud Solutions


Digital transformation has been an integral part of every industry to be able to innovate quickly, optimize processes, and offer the best products and services to meet customer’s needs.

One of digitalization is adopting various new technologies to advance and grow steadily by, such as the growing trend of Cloud Computing adoption.

According to research by Alibaba Cloud, 77 percent of Indonesian companies have now adopted cloud-based solutions and 83 percent of the respondents have been benefiting from cloud-based solutions in answering to the business challenges during pandemic situations.

On top of that, a survey by IBM on the adoption of Hybrid-Cloud stated that there’s been an increase in Indonesian respondents who are planning to increase their hybrid expenditure from 51 percent this year to 57 percent in 2023.

The increase in information technology adoption in a company is directly proportional to the growing risk and threat of data breaches. Oftentimes, this becomes the key challenge for companies to undergo digital transformation.

Understanding the needs that come from the situation, Indosat Ooredoo through Indosat Ooredoo Business, as the experienced trusted digital business partner, at its 6th Connex (Creating Innovation with Expert) Webinar, is launching iSOC Security and Hybrid Cloud service that’s supported with Datacenter tier 3.

The iSOC Security solution enables companies to anticipate cyber threats on their supporting business systems. iSOC Security comes as an enterprise IT security system management service that is regulated and protected by a Managed Security Service Provider and uses the LogRhythm platform as a supporting tool for Security Information and Event Management (SIEM). Making it proactive in responding to any potential cyber threats as well as its other advantages such as:

· Customize the best configuration for business system protection without complexity.
· Ensure that alerts are only active in true positive incidents.
· Guide your business team in resolving security incidents.
· Ensure you have a solid and proven incident response plan.
· Cost-efficient.

Indosat Ooredoo Business also brings Hybrid Cloud services, a total Hybrid and Multi-Cloud solution for flexibility in managing business data, as well as to support businesses in going through digital transformation. Hybrid Cloud provides services such as data center on-premises, public cloud, cloud connectivity, migration services and, managed services. Indosat Ooredoo Business can support companies in adopting global-standard public cloud such as Amazon AWS, Alibaba Cloud, Google Cloud as well as MSFT Azure.

Strategically located at Indosat Ooredoo Head Office, Jakarta and Jatiluhur, West Java, Indosat Ooredoo On-Premises/ Data Center is a reliable solution due to its fast and precise system, as well as being flexible in accommodating business needs while still supported with high-security clearance and its strong and fast connectivity. Indosat Ooredoo also has VMWare-based or OpenStack-based private cloud services.

The Hybrid Cloud is equipped with cloud connectivity features, a direct connectivity service linked to Global Cloud Provider (Alibaba, Google Cloud), and supported with internationally certified Datacenter Tier 3. These added services connect customers directly to the main data server of Global Cloud Provider in Indonesia. To ensure a seamless cloud adoption, Indosat Ooredoo provides consultation, design development, workload migration to monitoring and operational management of the cloud itself.

Chief Business Officer Indosat Ooredoo, Bayu Hanantasena, said, “We hope that the integrated security system of iSOC Security and Hybrid Cloud would be a solution for companies in improving their digital data security system and preventing any cyber security threat. At the end of the day, we understand that data security will impact customer’s satisfaction and trust. Indosat Ooredoo Business believes that successful digital transformation needs a well-rounded collaboration between regulators, business players, and providers, as well as the right technology and business strategy to deliver best-in-class goods and services.”