About 70 percent of the companies are vulnerable, partly because they are either not aware-hence haven’t got their systems assessed, or are not adequately protected, says Trishneet Arora, CEO, TAC Security.
Arora who is associated with TAC Security that specialises in securing the IT network infrastructure and data assets, believes that companies globally are subjected to increasing threats of data breach, and Indian companies are equally vulnerable.
For instance, in 2019, more than 1.3 million credit and debit card details from Indian banks were breached, Facebook users’ passwords were found exposed and Twitter too had its trouble facing data leak, added Arora.
JustDial also struggled with securing the data of its users. These among other examples clearly suggest the need for a cyber-security solution that comprehensively addresses security auditing, vulnerability assessment and testing to secure corporate networks and data assets, said Arora.
About TAC Security
TAC Security specializes in securing the IT network infrastructure and data assets of prominent Enterprises, Governments’ organisations & departments, PSUs, etc. globally, including some of the Fortune 500 companies. TAC Security protects $1 Trillion transactions every year through its Artificial intelligence (AI) based Vulnerability Management Platform ESOF (Enterprise Security in One Framework).