New Delhi, April 23 (IANS) IT major Tech Mahindra on Monday announced that it has established Andhra Pradesh Cyber Security Operations Centre (APCSOC) in Vijayawada which is equipped with predictive threat analytics capabilities.
The security coverage extends to all central and state government entities, Tech Mahindra said in a statement.
“Andhra Pradesh is building the next-generation skills that will make Amaravati a thriving hub undertaking advanced research in combating the ever-evolving cyber threats,” said state IT Minister Nara Lokesh.
“The Andhra Pradesh Cyber Security Operations Centre (APCSOC), first of its kind in India, will leverage Tech Mahindra’s global expertise in cyber security and risk management for a robust government security framework,” added CP Gurnani, Managing Director and CEO of Tech Mahindra.
According to Rajiv Singh, Global Head of Enterprise Security and Risk Management at Tech Mahindra, the centre will extend its security coverage to all state government departments and entities to protect their infrastructure and assets from cyber attacks.
Tech Mahindra is a $4.7 billion company with over 115,200 professionals across 90 countries, helping over 903 global customers including Fortune 500 companies.