The company announced the consolidation move on its official website.
The new portfolio will encompass the U.K.-based firm's cybersecurity, financial crime and intelligence operations, including past acquisitions Stratsec and Norkom.
“Cyber security is a global problem which requires a global response,“ Richard Watson, Detica managing director for Asia Pacific and the Middle East, said in the release.
“We have trusted client relationships across government and commercial markets and look forward to providing them an expanded cyber product and services portfolio,“ he added.
Detica, acquired by BAE Systems in 2008, has a 2,500 employee global workforce that offers information intelligence solutions to state and private companies.
The company plans to hire 50 more Asia Pacific cyberworkers in the new year, although a separate report from the Bernama News Agency said the number of new recruits from Malaysia alone could reach up to 100.