Microsoft opening cybersecurity center in Mexico to fight botnets

Microsoft is opening a cybersecurity center in Mexico. The center will serve Mexico and other Latin American countries, says the company.

The cybersecurity center will work on cybercrime, particularly Botnet schemes. It will also act as headquarters for the development of technical training activities, according to Microsoft.

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