BhartiAirtel has collaborated with Cisco, Radware, VMWare, and Forcepoint to launch a comprehensive suite of advanced cybersecurity solutions for its business customers called Airtel Secure. Airtel, the second-largest telecom provider in India, has recently emerged as the best in quality for networks. It has for long collaborating with security companies to provide its customers with cutting-edge cyber protection.
This time, Airtel is banking upon the Artificial Intelligence and Machine tools to provide security against potential threats. It will provide customers with endpoint protection, email protection, cloud DDOS protection, and more.However, this service is only for enterprise customers for now. Airtel is targeting businesses of all sizes – from large enterprises to small and medium businesses on a 24/7 basis.
As India is the world’s second-largest internet market, it ranks fifth globally when it comes to incidents of cyber-attacks and frauds. The cyber-attacks are expected to rise at a rapid pace in the next five years."Airtel Secure has been built to serve this need. It combines Airtel’s robust network security with cutting-edge solutions delivered through global partnerships so as to deliver end-to-end managed security services. With the incredible trust we enjoy from our customers we believe Airtel Secure will provide our customers peace of mind, enable faster response times to potential threats, and help protect their data so as to reduce business risk," GopalVittal, MD & CEO (India and South Asia) said in a statement.
With Cisco's security portfolio, Airtel will now be able to help customers streamline operations with integrated threat and security management. Partnership with Radware will bring India’s first global data scrubbing center, that has been set up to ensure threats to data and information is attacked and eliminated at the source in the country.
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