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Mastercard unveils new Data & Services hub in Malaysia

The company’s D&S experts work with nearly 4,000 clients over 120 countries.

Mastercard has launched its new office and Data & Services (D&S) hub in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

The hub will support Mastercard’s D&S organization in the areas of cybersecurity, credit risk, and data analytics. It will help local clients and those across the region to scale and enable their businesses’ potential, Mastercard said.

Mastercard’s D&S experts globally work with nearly 4,000 clients in over 120 countries. It offers solutions that cover the hyper-personalized loyalty programs, product prototyping, end-to-end marketing solutions, amongst others. 

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The launch of Mastercard’s D&S hub in Kuala Lumpur comes following the announcement in March of a partnership between Mastercard and Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) to build a Cyber Innovation Hub.

This new facility will offer skills training and courses on cybersecurity related fields to students and mid-career professionals, aiming to build a cyber-ready workforce and strengthen the country’s digital resilience, Mastercard said in a press release.

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