Telefónica Business Solutions tunes up security service for airline

Telefónica Business Solutions is deploying a new security service across five countries for Latin American airline Avianca. (Pixabay)

Telefónica Business Solutions is deploying a new security service across five countries for Latin American airline Avianca. With the new security services, Avianca, which is the second oldest airline in the world, and Telefónica Business Solutions expanded on their digital services partnership that was formed in 2018.

Using the Akamai Intelligent Platform, the new security service will help automatically manage traffic for Avianca. Telefónica will also kick in its "customer reputation" technology, which assigns reputational scores to all IP addresses while also assessing the possible risk each address poses for Avianca.

Avianca's overall information security management is improved by combining both services, which enables better security analysis and reduction of security incidents, according to Telefónica.


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"Telefónica has extensive experience in all types of IT solutions and new digital services, an experience that we want to share with Avianca," said Javier de la Plaza, director of multinational customers at Telefónica Business Solutions, in a statement. "Not only do we focus on technology and how to advance the digital approach, but we also understand the importance of teamwork to better understand their needs and find the best solution to make them fly."

Telefónica Business Solutions offers its business services in more than 40 countries with service reach into over 170 countries.

Avianca, which has been the flag carrier of Colombia since 1919, directly serves more than 100 destinations in 26 countries across America and Europe

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