To boost the cybersecurity innovation ecosystem in India, Tech Mahindra has partnered with the Cybersecurity Centre of Excellence, which is part of the Data Security Council of India (CCoE-DSCI).
CCoE is a glocal centre situated in Hyderabad that promotes innovation, entrepreneurship, and capability building in cyber security and privacy. The Telangana government and the DSCI have collaborated to establish a safe, secure, and trusted cyberspace.
The partnership is expected to allow startups to co-innovate and co-create business concepts and solutions for key customers around the world.
Rajesh Dhuddu, Blockchain and Cybersecurity Practice Leader – APAC and EMEA, Tech Mahindra, said “With cyberthreats becoming a cause of concern in this digitally-driven environment, cyber security has become a mandate for organizations across sectors…our aim is to further fuel the cybersecurity innovation ecosystem in India by not just providing the access to latest research, technologies and global community of experts to startups, but also by co-innovating with them to provide the most reliable, flexible, and scalable cyber security and enterprise risk management services to organizations globally,”