Arctic Wolf launches local data centre

Friday, 11 August, 2023

Arctic Wolf launches local data centre

Arctic Wolf has opened a new local data centre in Australia, following the company’s regional launch in October last year. The organisation said establishing a local centre, which is running as a module through AWS’s Sydney facility, is part of a strategic expansion.

“Arctic Wolf is one of the few US-based cybersecurity companies that has a true local presence in Australia,” said David Hayes, regional director, Australia and New Zealand, Arctic Wolf.

“Through the launch of this Sydney data centre, we can further support our existing customers, and this opens up even more opportunities for us to work with new industries that stress the importance of data locality. We are excited to continue expanding our presence in Australia and better providing security operations to businesses across Australia and New Zealand.”

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