Bengaluru, India, August 01, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- 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.