Confronting the ‘dark side’ of digital transformation: ViewQwest leads with innovative telco and cybersecurity solutions | Asian Telecom
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Confronting the ‘dark side’ of digital transformation: ViewQwest leads with innovative telco and cybersecurity solutions

In the era of the digital and borderless enterprise, the need for robust cybersecurity and stricter regulation compliance has never been more critical.

Digital transformation has revolutionised business operations, driving efficiency, productivity, and resilience. It has empowered organisations to swiftly adapt to market shifts and customer demands, fostering innovation, competitiveness, and revenue growth. Advanced technologies like AI and big data analytics have created agility, faster time to market, and superior customer engagement.

However, this transformative journey has unveiled significant cybersecurity challenges as the potential attack surface and threat entry points have exponentially increased - especially for organisations with large branch networks and remote or hybrid workforces. Their expanded digital footprint and data flow have increased their vulnerability to cyber threats, requiring robust security measures as well as compliance with various regulations, especially for cross-border enterprises.

In response to these challenges, ViewQwest, a regional Telco and Managed Security Services provider, has been deploying Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) and Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) solutions, the globally recognised framework for converging networking and security. 

To address the unique requirements of businesses with a strong presence in Asia, ViewQwest developed its customised solution, SecureNet Enterprise, to enable specialised, regionally-focused services. Delivered as a fully managed network and security service, the solution boasts customised security features, seamless integration with Asian network infrastructures, and access to local expertise and support teams in every country where customers operate. 

The success stories speak volumes – ViewQwest recently completed the network transformation of a prominent big-box furniture retailer across Southeast Asia. By eliminating appliance sprawl and centralising network and security management, ViewQwest strengthened enterprise security and empowered the retailer’s IT team to operate more efficiently and effectively.

ViewQwest also implemented Managed SASE and SD-WAN for a major airline in Southeast Asia, resulting in significant cost savings and operational efficiencies, and consolidation and transformation across its global branches and sites. 

This success has earned the attention of the Asian Telecom Awards where ViewQwest secured the coveted Network and Security Integration of the Year - Singapore award.

The prestigious awards programme honours businesses and initiatives that have not only driven progress in the telecom industry but have also ignited transformative shifts that have reshaped the digital landscape.

The Asian Telecom Awards is presented by Asian Telecom Magazine. To view the full list of winners, click here. If you want to join the 2025 awards programme and be acclaimed for delivering cutting-edge, award-winning telco products and services to customers, please contact Julie Anne Nuñez at [email protected].

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