Tata Communications has unveiled a new, state-of-the-art Cyber Security Response Centre (CSRC) in Chennai. It was jointly inaugurated by Ms. Rama Vedashree, CEO, Data Security Council of India and Mr. Srinivasan CR, Chief Digital Officer at Tata Communications.
The Cyber Security Response Centre will act as an experiential showcase for Tata Communications’ Managed Security Services. It’ll provide a glimpse of the company’s managed security services and capabilities using interactive visual walls, dashboard displays, 3D object recognition and a Virtual Reality (VR) experience.
It is powered by a host of sophisticated tools and platforms including Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), cyber threat intelligence, cloud-based security framework, an advanced attack predictions platform driven by machine learning, amongst others.
Rama Vedashree, CEO, The Data Security Council of India (DSCI), said,
Cyber threats and incidences have only escalated in terms of complexity, severity and impact. Proactive approach as well as strong mitigation capabilities becomes imperative as organisations and governments move ahead in their digital journey while adopting emerging technologies. At DSCI, we believe that cyber security innovation & entrepreneurship are essential to building robust capabilities and strengthening the cyber security posture of the country.
The Chennai CSRC is the fourth Cyber Security Response Centre overall and the second one in India, after Pune. It recently opened CSRC in Dubai and already has one in Singapore. Later this year, the company plans to introduce a CSRC in Europe to help customers comply with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), followed by a US facility in 2019.
The company has a team of more than 300 highly skilled security specialists working on offerings that are easily scalable and also include support for global risk, compliance and privacy regulations. Tata Communications’ portfolio includes cloud-based offerings to match varying business demands.
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