Fostering its global security footprint; the global IT services company Accenture recently announces that it has opened a new cyber centre in Bengaluru.
The state-of-the-art facility will enable customers to empower the growing organizational security snags.
“The new centre will be a hub for continuous, collaborative innovation – melding the combined brainpower of our clients’ teams, Accenture’s security and industry specialists as well as university and ecosystem alliance partners. Together we can replace vulnerability with capability,” said Accenture Operations managing director Bill Phelps.
The new facility is also known to amalgam interdisciplinary capabilities of innovation, incubation and development of new solutions along with managed delivery of cyber defence services.
The centre is a cornerstone of Accenture’s cyber security growth strategy and commitment to a multi-million-dollar investment in new cyber security capabilities, platforms, and industry-specific solutions over the next several years, report asserts.
It is also capable of enabling clients to tap into latest strategies and technologies to meet their cyber security challenges under as-a-Service model, the statement said.
“The cyber centre is the largest cybersecurity facility in the Accenture Global Delivery Network, which includes more than 50 facilities,” it said, adding Accenture has grown its security presence in India for nearly five years and it is now one of the company’s largest geographies globally.
It is also launching its new cloud-based security solution Cyber Defence Platform that integrates key elements to quickly and affordably industrialize and scale a 24/7 managed security capability.