Hitachi Systems Micro Clinic unveils its first SOC in India

The SOC will extend capabilities to help detect and mitigate cybersecurity threats round the clock. 
 

Hitachi Systems Micro Clinic Dec 06th 2018 A-A+
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Hitachi Systems Micro Clinic has announced the launch of its first Security Operations Centre (SOC) in Mumbai. 

Hitachi’s state-of-the-art SOC will bring world-class IT security expertise to India, enabling management of security services round the clock to monitor customer environments, detect and mitigate threats, respond to security incidents and facilitate strict compliance requirements. 

This strategic development comes in view of the rapidly changing technology scenario and the growing number of unpredictable cyber incidents.

... Organizations today are rethinking their security requirements as they are becoming increasingly aware of protecting their most valuable asset – data. Our vision is to provide a holistic view to proactively monitor and tackle cyber security threats, before it even has a chance to penetrate organizations.
Tarun Seth
Managing Director, Hitachi Systems Micro Clinic

Speaking at the launch, Tarun Seth, Managing Director, Hitachi Systems Micro Clinic said “Organizations today are rethinking their security requirements as they are becoming increasingly aware of protecting their most valuable asset – data. Our vision is to provide a holistic view to proactively monitor and tackle cyber security threats, before it even has a chance to penetrate organizations.”

Core service elements of Hitachi Systems Micro Clinic’s SOC include 24x7 real-time threat monitoring, security reporting, 24x7 access to the Hitachi Systems Group’s cyber security platform, dedicated information security specialists, incident response management and escalation of discovered threat activity within 15 minutes.

... CIOs are realizing the necessity of creating a secure digital base and IT departments cannot provide cyber security working in isolation. Therefore, HSMC aims to improve the cyber security maturity of organizations strategic managed security services delivered from the SOC in Mumbai.
Anuj Gupta
CEO, Hitachi Systems Micro Clinic

Speaking at the occasion, Anuj Gupta, CEO, Hitachi Systems Micro Clinic, said, “Disruptive technologies will play a major role in redefining business models. CIOs are realizing the necessity of creating a secure digital base and IT departments cannot provide cyber security working in isolation. Therefore, Hitachi Systems Micro Clinic aims to improve the cyber security maturity of organizations strategic managed security services delivered from the SOC in Mumbai.”

Hitachi Systems Micro Clinic has already established a state-of-the-art 24x7 Network Operations Center (NOC) in Gurugram to assist clients’ business process automation agenda and offer a dedicated team to drive end-to-end development operations.

Besides this the company also has Global Operations Centre in Gurugram to provide offshore IT operations support to companies worldwide.