These threat management centres possess state-of-the-art tools and techniques to focus on cybersecurity services for enterprise customers. The idea behind the centres is a response to heightened cyber threat across the world. The idea is to help enterprises stay secure and cyber resilient.
The company has operationalised these Threat Management Centres at Bloomington – US, Manchester – UK, Madrid – Spain and several other Indian cities. TCS has plans to start more centres in other regions across the world.
TCS’s global head for cybersecurity practices, Dr Sundeep Oberoi said, “Large enterprises across the world are partnering with TCS to achieve a cyber resilient posture that will help them face increasingly sophisticated and targeted attacks. Our global network of Threat Management Centers will leverage cutting edge technologies and our Zero Trust framework to provide rapid and expert security services locally, bringing us closer to our customers, while ensuring compliance with data protection laws.”
These threat management centres will focus on various cybersecurity services, solutions and tools. They will also roll out managed detection and response services. The company plans to offer comprehensive services in IT, IoT, and cloud ecosystem.
TCS is focusing on areas where it already has enterprise clients and operations. The company will use its local expertise and partners ecosystem to scale up its operations in these geographies.
The tech firm will offer a full suite of services including threat, access management, data privacy, digital forensics, incident response, IoT security services etc.