Tech Mahindra, CyQureX to provide cybersecurity solutions to enterprises

Tech Mahindra, CyQureX to provide cybersecurity solutions to enterprises
30 Jul, 2020

Pune based multinational technology company Tech Mahindra has announced a global strategic partnership with CyQureX, a London based cybersecurity solutions provider.

CyQureX is a joint venture between Indian conglomerate Hinduja Group and Minneapolis based IT solutions provider NJK Holding.

The partnership aims to leverage CyQureX’s core Software Defined Perimeter technology and solutions to help clients address the ‘zero trust’ environment, as per a statement. Zero trust refers to a new age security principle where strict access controls are maintained and nobody is trusted by default, including those already a part of the network perimeter.

Additionally, Tech Mahindra will offer consulting, planning, designing, integration, orchestration and automation of services for the solution and said that the partnership would enable global clientele to access modern cybersecurity protection for data assets across the entire data life cycle, it said.

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“The partnership with Hinduja Group’s CyQureX aligns with our core business proposition, and will further strengthen our position as the cybersecurity partner of choice for our customers globally,” CP Gurnani, managing director and CEO of Tech Mahindra, said.

CyQureX, founded in 2017, operates its research and development centres in India and the US, with offices in Europe and the Middle East. It caters to verticals such as engineering, banking and other financial institutions.

In addition to data protection, the partnership aims to offer cybersecurity solutions for agile deployment, which are critical for business continuity and competitiveness, the statement said. The two companies are also expected to work towards product development, consulting services and delivery in the cybersecurity space.

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“I am hopeful that it will be the catalyst to leverage next generation technologies like cybersecurity, artificial intelligence and blockchain, and create cybersecurity platforms to protect businesses, critical infrastructure and the government,” MK Narayanan, executive chairman of CyQureX, former National Security Advisor and special advisor on intelligence and security to the prime minister of India, said.