Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during his recent Independence Day speech, said that India’s ‘techade’ is here with extensive development of 5G technology and chip manufacturing.
The government is successfully bringing a revolution to the grassroots with the help of the Digital India initiative.
Using the term ‘techade’, PM Modi threw the spotlight on the importance of technology in our day-to-day lives and added that 5G services will soon be launched in the country, which will further simplify many hurdles.
In this context, here are startups and companies that are contributing to this initiative in different ways:
1. Arete – Arête is transforming the way businesses and governments manage cyber risk through proven incident response, tech-enabled managed services, and powerful data insights.
Working on the front lines of thousands of ransomware attacks and some of the largest nation-state attacks, their team combines hundreds of investigative, technical, and cyber risk management practitioners with best-in-class data and software engineers.
They bring a relentless passion for innovation and a commitment to stopping cybercrime bring that same passion to positively impact the collective defense of businesses, governments, and infrastructure from cyber criminals and give back to the communities they serve.
They leverage the intelligence and lessons from their breach investigations to help law enforcement, non-profit agencies, and governments be more effective in their efforts in combating cybercrime.
2. SCS Tech – A leading Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP), SCS Tech specializes in designing, building, and running optimized security solutions in sync with customers’ needs.
Keeping in mind that cybersecurity is the foundation of any business, the company works onimproving network and system security through continuous assessments.
It believes that an organization’s security posture must be built in by design and go beyond simple prevention.
With this mindset, it responds to security incidents via monitoring and detection, backed by round-the-clock rapid response and remediation services.
3. Red Sift – Red Sift is a data-driven cybersecurity firm that incorporates machine learning to assist businesses of all sizes and industries with day-to-day security issues.
It provides a dashboard of tools that evaluate and synthesize data from core business processes like email to assist users in better managing their online security.
The company’s goal is to make cybersecurity technology more accessible to all.
4. Sequretek – Sequretek is an India headquartered cyber-security firm with customers across North America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and India.
It is amongst the very few companies that have end-to-end cyber-security offerings in the areas of Endpoint Security, Identity Access Governance, Threat Intelligence, Security Monitoring, and Security Management.
Sequretek has been recognized as the “Security Product Company of Year “by the Data Security Council of India (DSCI) and was also announced as a winner at India’s Biggest “AI Challenge” at RAISE 2020, an initiative by the Ministry of Electronics and IT, MyGov.in and Digital India Corporation.
Sequretek has been successful in securing the IT assets of over 100 clients across Banking, Financial Services, Insurance, Manufacturing, Pharmaceuticals, Services, Retail, and Logistics sectors.