MANILA - Forty Philippine government agencies that are critical to national security and economic stability are to be covered and protected by a new system that will monitor and respond to threats to their cyber operations.
Dubbed as the National Cybersecurity Management System, the scheme will be implemented by Israeli company Verint, and its Filipino joint venture partner ICS.
The Department of Information and Communication Technology said it is confident in the capabilities of the ICS-Verint joint venture.
"They (Verint) are experts in cyberintelligence, threat monitoring. And also ICS has 30 years experience in IT," said DICT Assistant Secretary Allan Cabanlong in an interview with ANC's Future Perfect.
The DICT claims the system Will have near real-time monitoring of cyber threats originating from within and outside the Philippines.