Infosys Sets Up Cyber Defence Centre In Romania's Bucharest, Issues Statement

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India's second-largest software services firm Infosys on Monday announced the launch of a cyber defence centre in Bucharest, Romania. 

Written By Digital Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

India's second-largest software services firm Infosys on Monday announced the launch of a cyber defence centre in Bucharest, Romania. 

The centre is an expansion of services delivered through Infosys Digital Innovation Centre, which opened in Bucharest earlier this year. The Defence Centre will provide end-to-end, real-time, 24/7 cybersecurity monitoring and protection services to support European and global businesses on their digital transformation journey, a statement said. These services - which includes security monitoring, management and remediation, threat hunting, security analytics, incident discovery and response - will be delivered by certified and highly-skilled cyber security professionals, it added.

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The services offered will be compliant with country-specific regulatory requirements. Infosys is also expanding its current team in Romania by recruiting local talent and investing in advanced training for both its current employees and new hires. It, however, did not disclose investment details made for these efforts.

"Every business needs to be secure by design and have a comprehensive view of the threat landscape with constant monitoring and management. Our Infosys cyber defence centres help enterprises prevent, detect and respond to advanced cyber-attacks enabling them to scale securely in their digital journey," Infosys Chief Information Security Officer and Head of Cyber Security Practice Vishal Salvi said.

Infosys is expanding its current team in Romania by recruiting local talent and investing in advanced training for both its current employees and new hires. Ravi Kumar S., President, Infosys, said,

"During the launch of our Digital Innovation Center in Bucharest, Romania, earlier this year, we committed to opening a Cyber Defence Center to address the security aspects of our clients' digital transformation. This Cyber Defence Center is the latest addition to our global network of Security Operation Centers across the world and enhances our ability to provide end-to-end cyber security solutions to our clients. Romania is an established leader in the European cyber security talent market and is a natural choice for us to invest in and develop our cyber security research and innovation potential."

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Martha Vazquez, Senior Research Analyst, IDC, said,

"The Infosys Cyber Security Business Unit shows their commitment to, and investment in, cyber security with the launch of this Cyber Defence Centre. As attacks become both more frequent and advanced, Infosys is clearly focused on developing specialists' skills and knowledge to combat such attacks. By opening this Defence Center in Romania, Infosys ensures closer proximity and real time support to its clients in the European market." 

(With PTI Inputs)  

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