IT security accounts for 55% of company's revenues while cloud & analytics account for 25% of the revenues
Hyderabad: Inspira is continuously evolving with its cybersecurity offerings and is integrating analytics to its security platform. The company plans to roll out Human Risk Intelligence (HRI) next month, which puts each user on the security grid and profiles them on the threat quadrant. This will help organisations map the threats better.
Vishal Jain, director, Inspira Enterprise, told Telangana Today, “There are also plans to safeguard directors and top management of companies across industries through a dedicated forensics team and a comprehensive solution. We will be doing a lot of social media analytics to address threats.”
Sharing major trends in the sector, he said, industry is keen on ensuring threats are detected and hunted early so that the systems are not compromised. But the cybersecurity adoption has largely been restricted to enterprises and large companies. Medium and small companies are yet to embrace security solutions fully. Inspira is making sure that its clients improve their cybersecurity posture, avert attacks and avoid/minimise damage.
“Cybersecurity today accounts for 55% of revenues and cloud & analytics account for 25 per cent of the revenues, while the balance comes from our networking domain, data centres and smart city solutions. The company primarily caters to banking, healthcare, public sector units and medium to large enterprises. We have built domain specific expertise. We are carving out specific solutions for airports and other transport solutions and pharma,” he added.
Inspira has come out with customised solutions for large and medium pharma companies. The company has engaged with those companies that have been involved in Covid drug and vaccine development, to improve their cybersecurity posture.
He said, “In the last one year, the company added several clients in the life science space as the industry became a soft target for cyberattacks. With the core competency in the financial space, the company has also come out with solutions for stockbrokers and other professionals as digital activity surged.”
Inspira serves over 300 clients including sector leaders such as SBI, ONGC, IOCL, HPCL, GAIL, BEL, NPCI, ITDA, Indian Bank and Directorate of SEBI. The company today offers services through Navi Mumbai security operations centre (SoC) for 40 customers and provides on-premise SoC services to about 25 customers.
On Covid-induced challenges, Jain said, remote working has given rise to the new challenges of data management, control and privacy. Larger challenge is for organisations to give access to data for its staff without risking their systems. A lot of organisations have moved to cloud, be it private or even public sector.
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