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Fostering AI Talent in the ASEAN Region: Abnormal Security's Partnership with Singapore Economic Development Board

Abnormal is excited to announce the establishment of a strategic partnership with the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB).
April 10, 2024

At Abnormal Security, we are committed to using human behavioral understanding and AI detection and response to combat never-before-seen attacks across modern cloud and SaaS environments. To continue innovating and staying ahead of the ever-evolving threat landscape, we appreciate the extreme importance of investing in AI talent.

We recognize that there is a wealth of AI talent across the globe that can help us in our mission to protect organizations from the most sophisticated cyber threats by leveraging the power of AI. With this in mind, I am thrilled to announce our strategic partnership with the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB) to expand our AI engineering talent in the ASEAN region.

Cultivating AI Engineering Talent

The partnership with the EDB allows us to tap into the diverse and promising engineering talent in the ASEAN region and contribute to the development of a robust AI talent ecosystem. Singapore's strategic location, business-friendly policies, and access to a diverse talent pool make it an ideal location for our team to scale operations and explore new growth opportunities across the Asia-Pacific region. By working closely with the EDB, we aim to cultivate AI engineering talent through internships and other initiatives, empowering CISOs and security teams with the latest AI-driven cybersecurity solutions.

As we expand our AI engineering team, we not only strengthen our own capabilities but also contribute to the growth of key talent in the region. The collaboration with the EDB opens doors for global and regional expansion within the ASEAN market, enabling us to protect the inbox of every employee across the globe. We are excited about the potential of this partnership and look forward to working with the EDB to build a strong AI engineering community in the ASEAN region.

Looking Ahead and Planning for the Future

Our journey with the Singapore Economic Development Board marks the beginning of a new chapter in Abnormal Security's global expansion plans. Investing in the right talent is crucial as we continue to use AI to stay ahead of the ever-evolving threat landscape. By fostering AI talent and creating an ecosystem for internships, we are not only strengthening our own team but also contributing to the development of the cybersecurity industry as a whole.

I want to express my gratitude to the Singapore Economic Development Board for their support and collaboration in this endeavor. Together, we will work towards building a safer digital future by empowering organizations with the most advanced AI-driven cybersecurity solutions.

Stay tuned for more updates on our progress and the exciting opportunities that lie ahead as we continue to expand our presence in the ASEAN region and beyond.



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Fostering AI Talent in the ASEAN Region: Abnormal Security's Partnership with Singapore Economic Development Board

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