Infosys Set to Launch Cyber Defense Center in Indianapolis

To strengthen security monitoring, management and remediation services for organizations around the globe

Indianapolis (Indiana), USA and Bengaluru, India – February 24, 2020

Infosys (NYSE: INFY), a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, is all set to announce a state-of-the-art Cyber Defense Center in Indianapolis. This will be Infosys’ seventh global Cyber Defense Center and will complement the Infosys Technology and Innovation Center that was inaugurated in Indianapolis early last year.

According to Infosys’ recent cybersecurity report, “Assuring Digital Trust," 83% of executives view cybersecurity as critical, yet 67% are still struggling to have security embedded. The Cyber Defense Center will provide end-to-end, real-time, 24/7 cyber security monitoring and protection services to support and guide American businesses in their digital transformation journey. The center in Indianapolis is the latest addition to the network of cyber defense centers spread across North America, Europe and Asia. The facility is dedicated and organized to prevent, detect, assess and respond to cybersecurity threats and breaches. Client environment will be monitored round the clock, adopting a follow-the-sun model to deliver services like 24/7 security monitoring, management and remediation, threat hunting, security analytics, incident discovery and response, compliance reporting and malware analysis.

The inauguration of the Infosys Cyber Defense Center will take place on March 3 at the Infosys Indianapolis Technology and Innovation Center in One America Tower. The event agenda will feature experiential insights, preventive strategies, complimentary workshops and insightful demos of Infosys’ technology. Experts from both the public sector, such as Purdue University and the U.S. Navy, the private sector, such as Molina Healthcare and Tractor Supply Company, will be speaking at the grand opening about how to best secure your digital transformation.

Vishal Salvi, Chief Information Security Officer & Head of Cyber Security Practice, Infosys, said, “At Infosys, we’re constantly investing in modern, cutting-edge security offerings and solutions to best protect our customers against current and future cyber threats. The Cyber Defense Center is staffed with expert security analysts with niche skills around threat research and intelligence gathering to deliver best-in class services to our customers. Additionally, advanced data analytics and machine learning models are deployed to detect zero-day threats by unknown threat actors. This supports our commitment to helping our customers build a resilient cybersecurity program that operates at scale, while increasing operational efficiency and reducing costs.”


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