Bharti Airtel Ltd recently dispatched a ‘suite of cybersecurity solutions’ for large, medium and small businesses as they move on to digital and cloud platforms, expanding the need to protect information from online attacks.
Airtel Secure, the suite, will have a security intelligence centre, a best in class infrastructure with admittance to cutting edge innovation and artificial intelligence tools.
The telco has put about ₹100 crore in Airtel security intelligence centre situated in the National Capital region (NCR), the chief executive Gopal Vittal said in a press conference.
“… Cybersecurity is a critical requirement. Airtel Secure has been built to serve this need. It combines Airtel’s robust network security with cutting-edge solutions delivered through global partnerships to deliver end-to-end managed security services,” he added further.
The telco has also collaborated with global firms Cisco, Radware, VMWare, and Forcepoint who will together give digital protection solutions under the product, Airtel Secure.
Cisco’s solutions will be accessible for enterprises just as governments.
The solutions under Airtel Secure have been ‘beta tested’ by 20 huge organizations who are now utilizing the security intelligence centre, Vittal stated, including later that the telco will soon begin building them for medium and small businesses with low spending plans.
“Smaller businesses may not have the budgets that larger companies do, so we are engineering a product portfolio that can be bundled for our smaller enterprises to protect their information as well,” Vittal said.
However, he included later that the whole portfolio of the security intelligence centre, in any case, can’t be accessed by those with lower spending plans, yet they will hold of the essentials, like a ‘secure internet, data and remote access’.
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