Co-Founder of Infosys Mr. Narayana Murthy to Inaugurate SISA Synergistic-Security Operation Centre in Bengaluru on 15th August, 2017

SISA CEO Dharshan Shanthamurthy and AVP Business SAARC Nitin Bhatnagar Addressing Media at Press Club of Bangalore

Bengaluru, India, August 01, 2017 --( SISA, India’s largest Cyber Security Specialist Company, is set to inaugurate the First Synergistic - Security Operations Centre in KIADB IT Park, Mahadeva Kodigehalli, Bengaluru on August 15, 2017 to mark India’s 70th Independence day celebrations.

“Security standards such as PCI DSS, ISO 27001; RBI Cyber Security framework emphasize on having an effective Security Monitoring to timely detect and prevent breaches. Despite this requirement, only 3% of organizations in India today have a SOC to monitor the environment because of its high cost that run into millions of dollars. SISA hence has built it a complete product grounds up, that is first in its kind in the world that costs just 1/10th of existing Security Intelligence products that are made abroad. Despite keeping the costs low, our S-SOC is better than other products thanks to our R&D team,” said Dharshan Shanthamurthy, Founder and CEO of SISA.

“The S-SOC is situated is an expansive 50,000 sq. feet area that will be officially inaugurated by Mr. Narayana Murthy, renowned Indian IT industrialist and the co-founder of Infosys. The S-SOC which is a state of the art and first of its kind integrated with our in-house developed next generation Security Intelligence and Monitoring product - SISA EOT, a completely made in India product that works with artificial intelligence and can help to detect any incident within a fraction of seconds” said Mr. Nitin Bhatnagar, AVP-SAARC, SISA.

“We have built our Synergistic SOC with the backbone of our highly skilled payment security professionals supported by in-house developed SIEM solution and the facility especially developed for SOC centre, which is built on an earthquake resistant plateau. SISA S-SOC manages incidents for the enterprise, ensuring they are properly identified, analyzed, communicated, actioned/defended, investigated and reported. The SOC also monitors applications to identify a possible cyber-attack or intrusion (event) and determines if it is a real, malicious threat (incident), and if it could have a business impact,” said Mr. Renju Varghese, VP-Delivery, SISA.
Nitin Bhatnagar