Comcast Wants a Slice of the Enterprise Cybersecurity Business

Telco and media conglomerate Comcast has jumped headfirst into the enterprise cybersecurity business, betting that its internal security tools and inventions can find traction in an expanding marketplace.

The Philadelphia technology giant has created a new cybersecurity business unit led by former Zscaler executive Nicole Bucala to develop and sell what Comcast is describing as a “security data fabric platform.

In a note announcing the new business unit, Comcast said the long-term plan is to bring its own chief information security officer’s (CISO) inventions to market, betting that its size and scale provides a major competitive advantage.

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