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Tech Mahindra expands its cyber security portfolio with cloud based approach

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Last Updated on 25/03/2021 by Khushi

To boost its cyber security portfolio, Tech Mahindra Ltd announced the launch of ‘CLOUDEFENDER,’ a new cloud-based attack mitigation service.

The solution is an extension of Tech Mahindra’s global collaboration with Radware, a provider of cyber security and application delivery technologies, to provide a complete suite of cloud-based services.

Customers will benefit from cyber security protection from Tech Mahindra and Radware for both their network and applications, regardless of whether their infrastructure is cloud native, hybrid, or data center-based.

“Our global enterprise and telecom customers are demanding turnkey, multi-tenant, highly flexible detection and attack mitigation platforms that would provide a reliable, flexible, and scalable cyber security protection to be delivered to them ‘as-a-service’ model. Tech Mahindra’s CLOUDEFENDER attack mitigation service is a step towards proving such a service,” said Rajesh Chandiramani, global business head – ESRM, AI & Data Analytics, Tech Mahindra. (Credit: Mint)

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Tech Mahindra’s managed security service provider offerings will be bolstered by this service, which will provide a wide range of services that appeal to all solution towers, including application security, network security, and cloud security. Furthermore, this would unite various security services into a single, personalised offering.

Tech Mahindra’s emphasis on digital development is reflected in this partnership. Tech Mahindra invests in emerging technologies and solutions that allow digital transformation and meet the changing needs of customers as part of its NXT.NOW platform.

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