Kaspersky Lab conducts three ‘Kaspersky Secure Hands’ training events to help engineers stay equipped to fight the newest cyber threats. These were held in Chennai, Cochin and Mumbai in association with Kaspersky’s partner, Ecaps Computers.
The training sessions were conducted all through September, viz. September 8 in Chennai, September 15 in Cochin and in Mumbai on September 21, 2017. The sessions were for handpicked participants, with over 40 companies joining in the three sessions. Kaspersky Lab specially designed the module along with Ecaps, to make threat identification and resolution as simple as possible. The training covered both, endpoint and non-endpoint products.
The day-long event covered the newest, preliminary and advanced risks that companies can run into. The participants were also explained how Kaspersky’s products would help them manage these exposures.
AltafHalde, MD, South Asia, Kaspersky Lab,said, “Over the years, we’ve learned that time is everything while responding to online threats. In a bid to equip our partners with the knowledge of the latest risks and how to use our solutions to fight them, we curated the Kaspersky Secure Hands module. Training our partners in using it ensures that we get the best results for the security programs we have, saving our customers huge costs. It was an invigorating session and we are sure the participants greatly benefitted from it. Every threat that can be neutralised through these sessions, is a victory for all of us.”
Gunasegharan, Director, eCaps Computers, said, “All our training modules are constantly evolving, based on feedback and the changing nature of threats. We designed the Kaspersky Secure Hands program to fight the latest threats in the fastest possible manner. It was a fulfilling session, with our partners asking relevant questions. We intend to take these programs to more cities to help spread awareness”
Kaspersky Secure Hands is a fresh step by Kaspersky Lab to ensure that users always remain alert and safe, with a little awareness. The technical support engineers present at the event went back more powerful to deal with the dynamic nature of cyber risks they are likely to face. With the success of these three Kaspersky Secure Hands modules, Kaspersky Lab and eCaps will take it wider to more cities and companies.