HCL Technologies expands cybersecurity operations in US

HCL Technologies expands cybersecurity operations in US 1

One of the largest IT service provider HCL Technologies has now revealed that is soon opening with its new cybersecurity center in Texas to expand its operations in America.

The cybersecurity fusion center will now be going to help the HCL ins securing the business growth by providing customers with just a single point of contact for the lifecycle of the enterprise security, from detection to remediation, the company revealed in a statement.

“Our CSFC in Frisco [Texas] is designed to defend our clients’ digital assets from security threats by leveraging intelligent, predictive, and adaptive systems. The Frisco facility is ideally located to attract and build the best pool of cybersecurity experts and to serve our most demanding customers,” said Maninder Singh, corporate vice president of cybersecurity services at HCL Technologies.

Singh also revealed that the new centers will also be going to take up with a multidimensional approach to combat with the security risks with the help of integrated cyber threat intelligence to monitor for the better and faster detection, and remediation of the security incidents.

Besides that, the company has also revealed that the CSFC will be going to be supported by the proprietary dynamic cybersecurity framework that can even analyze the millions of events per seconds and even monitors the multiple Operational technology and information technology system which makes the use of the million cyber threat intelligence success.

The company has as of now also collaborated with the University of North Texas and Collin College to conduct all the on-campus hackathons and said that the top participants from the winning teas at each of the school will be offered with the full-time jobs and advanced training at the company itself.

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