Iris Global On Expansion Spree; Ventures Into India's Cyber Security Biz
Iris Global Services is now venturing into a niche area with huge future prospects cyber security. The IT firm recently partnered with Singapore based Garini Technologies Corporation one of the world’s leading futuristic science and Technology Company.
Being the technology integration arm of Iris Computers, the company is now getting the full advantage of Iris Computers being back with its aggressive innovative & responsive team of Mr Som Arya and Ms Kamini Talwar led by its founder Mr Sanjiv Krishen, who cleared all bank dues and acquired his company back from Inflexion Point, the company said in a statement.
According to CEO of Iris Global Services, Himanshu Chawla,“ We are now looking at the multi-billion dollar cyber security industry in India which is fairly untapped,” adding that today cyber security is the fundamental need for any enterprise based online.
The entire economy going digital in a big way in India has also brought its flip side in the form of increase in cyber attacks. Government, industries and businesses whether big or small have all become highly vulnerable to cyber attacks. Needless to say, cyber crimes have increased manifold and hence, protecting data and seeing that data is not compromised at any stage has become paramount as all processes are moving to becoming online.
In India there has been manifold increase in cyber crimes over the last few years but the big companies have yet to enter the cyber security arena where large number start ups are trying to take it up. Iris Global wants to bring to India GTC’s cutting edge products and solutions in Cyber Security for industries, governments, corporations, SME’s, which will tantamount to covering all aspects of businesses starting from end point computing, server storage on premise and on cloud and SCADA based systems all across in select verticals.
Chawla said, “We would be testing vulnerability of the enterprise whether government, large company, industry, or medium and small enterprise. Thereafter we will provide a full fledged Risk Mitigation Plan and the technologies which will be best suited and tailor made for the specific requirements of the enterprise.”
He said they would be making available highly reliable products and services for the entire eco system providing comprehensive cyber security solutions to larger infrastructures like - smart cities, airports, large industries, manufacturing bases and sensitive installations like DRDO, ISRO and BARC.
IGS also signed an agreement with Home Credit India for setting up an alternative distribution channel and securing their last mile connectivity for e-verifying information of the consumer financing company’s customers across India.
Iris Global Services has already over 1,000 counters with their build to order solution that uses Samsung Acure Iris Scanners tablets for immediate verification of documents, including eKYC , AUA (Aadhar User Authentication) KUA (KYC User Authentication), PAN, Aadhar, etc..
Also, Hyderabad based Narayana Group has chosen the company as its technology integration partner to provide “ nSlate “ an e-Education platform for its chain of schools across India, as part of its digital education drive.
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