Quick Heal, CERT-In To Jointly Detect Cyber Security Threat
Security software firm Quick Heal Technologies has signed a MoU with Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) to work jointly for detection of latest cyber security threats. The collaboration aims to address the increasingly complex problems associated with cyber security.
The Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) CERT-In, a technical and cyber security department under the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, is the nodal agency to analyse and respond to cyber attacks and intrusions into country’s information and technology networks.
CERT and Quick Heal will mainly focus in the areas of data protection against cyber-threats, hacking incidences, privacy protection etc. The duo will cooperate on identifying the latest security threats that can adversely affect the information assets and privacy of the general users in the country.
The organizations will jointly devise and develop solutions to curb the same. It will also devise appropriate security measures and security tools to enable such users to secure their systems.
Quick Heal Technologies is India’s one of the prominent Security software firm. The company has recently announced public IPO worth INR 450 crore. The company recently launched its Enterprise class of security offerings under the brand Seqrite.
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