Gurgaon, Haryana, India
Deloitte India, today announced the expansion of its Cyber Intelligence Centre (CIC) in Gurgaon. This facility integrates state-of-the-art technology with industry insights to provide round-the-clock business-focused cyber and operational security. Shri Krishan Pal Gurjar, Minister of State for Social Justice & Empowerment, Government of India was the Chief Guest for the occasion. Other dignitaries at the inauguration ceremony included P.R. Ramesh, Chairman, N. Venkatram, CEO, Deloitte India along with the India board and Executive Committee members of Deloitte India firm.
With 24×7 coverage, the CIC has the capability to monitor and assess threats specific to clients, enabling Deloitte to effectively mitigate risk and strengthen cyber resilience. Deloitte’s Gurgaon CIC will be part of a globally interconnected set of cyber intelligence centres to provide leading insights and services to its clients. Additionally, the CIC and its capabilities is significant, as it can be leveraged for enabling a secure Digital India, which envisions the creation of a digitally empowered economy and citizens accessing e-governance programs.
The centre has seasoned cyber risk professionals with varied skills, who work on complex solutions such as Threat intelligence, Risk Analytics, Infrastructure Management, Managed Security, Vulnerability Management, Cyber Simulations, and Incident Response & Investigation. Deloitte’s global network of threat intelligence and analytics solutions provide organizations with the visibility needed to better protect their sensitive data and critical infrastructure. Deloitte’s incident response solutions provide rapid response and recovery to cyber threats and outsourced managed security services provide a full suite of offerings, customized to the needs of an organization.
Talking about CIC, Shree Parthasarathy, Partner, Deloitte India, said, “The pervasiveness of technology throughout major business processes coupled with the brand and regulatory impact of a cyber-breach or attack, clearly makes cyber risk a boardroom issue. With ‘always-on, always-connected’ systems, exposure to cyber threat increases, creating the need for businesses to get access to timely and actionable threat intelligence. The CIC propels our Cyber capability to the next level and helps solidify our presence in the market as a global leader in Cyber Risk Services.”
“Threats posed to organizations by Cybersecurity-related issues have increased rapidly. So many organizations have suffered significant brand impact, financial loss, and systems outages due to Cybersecurity issues. With new attack potentials and insider threats on the rise, securing proprietary information and other critical business assets is becoming exponentially more difficult for Indian enterprises,” said Amry Junaideen, President, Enterprise Risk Services, Deloitte India. “As a rapidly growing market, India holds immense potential for Deloitte to make meaningful impact for our clients. We believe the CIC positions us well to address the cyber risk priorities of organizations in all industries with a full suite of business-focused security solutions,” he added.