By ensuring its clients receive all the information they need and understand their priorities, system integrator SB Technology is increasing security in the age of information.
“Our decade-long focus on cloud-based services positions us atop engineering standards.”
The digital transformation is happening all around us, but a key aspect of this revolution often goes under the radar: security. Japanese digital security system integrator SB Technology provides its customers with the solutions to ensure their digital systems are always safe.
Founded in 1990, the company has always added value to the information revolution, and this is truer than ever in the age of digital transformation. SB Technology is currently focused on providing security for effective data manipulation, including Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR), BI and AI for data utilization, and consultation in maximizing digital transformation systems’ value. As company president Shinichi Ata says: “Our decade-long focus on cloud-based services positions us atop engineering standards.”
SB Technology helps its clients receive all the information they need and understand their priorities. An example of this is its eMAFF Map digital application system for agricultural land analysis created for the Japanese Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF). SB Technology built the system and MAFF staff members have completed the computerization of 3,000 processes by using no-code/low-code. SB Technology also integrated and centralized management of farmland information into Digital maps. Mr. Ata believes that with this system, they could also add value to the public sector and enterprise in other countries in the Asian market.
SB Technology has a global operations center to serve its international clients, with a focus on cloud systems, security, Big Data and AI. As the company expands, security will remain at its core. As Mr. Ata says: “We have many solutions for analyzing information and deciding whether something is a real-time risk or a ticking time bomb.”