Inspira launches first India global security operations centre in Mumbai

Inspira launches first India global security operations centre in Mumbai
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4 Feb, 2020

Mumbai-based IT (information technology) firm Inspira Enterprise announced the launch of a G-SOC (global security operations centre) in Mumbai.

The company’s first G-SOC facility in the country will help provide 24x7 managed security services to enterprises across sectors with a centralised security monitoring system, enabling customers to detect and respond to cyber security incidents.

“The risk of encountering a cyber attack is at an all-time high. With more and more organisations exposed to the digital landscape, cyber security is no longer a concern of only the government and large global businesses,” Manoj Kanodia, CEO, Inspira Enterprise, said.

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The AI-enabled security service will not only provide protection -- it will also help with complex threat insights using advanced data analytics techniques, the company said in a statement.

In the past few years, Inspira has hired over 100 security professionals to manage and deliver end-to-end security solutions and implement responsive actions against cyber incidents.

"Unfortunately, due to a lack of skilled resources and expensive security solutions, it is not feasible for every entity to opt for an in-house security solution, thus making them highly vulnerable to a cyber attack. Inspira has customised the G-SOC service for both small and big businesses, offering cost-effective and easy-to-deploy security solutions that mitigates the plausible risk of an attack,” CEO Kanodia said.

In February 2019, Inspira invested an undisclosed amount in iRam Technologies, which provides IoT (internet of things) solutions for smart cities.

The company serves customers across verticals including BFSI (banking, financial services and insurance), IT/ITeS (information technology/information technology enabled services), healthcare, education, defense, PSUs (public sector undertakings) and government Institutes.

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