Infosys launches Bucharest cybersecurity centre to digitally defend European and global businesses

Romania’s capital just became the home of Infosys’, the global digital services provider, new digital defence centre as the company aims to protect more European and global ventures from hackers.

The new Defence Center, as it is called, is an offshoot of Infosys’ Digital Innovation Center. The old centre opened in Bucharest earlier in 2019.

The new hub is focused on providing real-time cybersecurity for Infosys’ clients, both on the European continent and elsewhere in the world. These services will span security monitoring, management and remediation, threat hunting, security analytics, incident discovery and response.

Moreover, the systems and professionals working at the centre will ensure the digital defences offered will comply with country-specific regulatory requirements.

Commenting on the new service, Vishal Salvi, chief information security officer and head of cybersecurity practice at Infosys, said, “As enterprises navigate their digital journey, they must maintain a secure environment that customers trust. Protecting against current and future cyber threats is vital. Every business needs to be secure by design and have a comprehensive view of the threat landscape with constant monitoring and management. Our Infosys cyber defence centers help enterprises prevent, detect and respond to advanced cyber-attacks enabling them to scale securely in their digital journey.”

Founded in 1981 in Pune, India, Infosys provides clients in 45 countries with services aimed at helping them navigate their digital transformation.

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