Tech Mahindra, Balbix unveil world’s first AI-powered predictive cyber risk platform

By Jonathan Dyble
Leading digital transformation specialist and engineering solutions company Tech Mahindra has launch a new AI-powered cybersecurity platform in partners...

Leading digital transformation specialist and engineering solutions company Tech Mahindra has launch a new AI-powered cybersecurity platform in partnership with Silicon Valley-based Balbix.

Described as the security industry’s first ‘AI-powered continuous threat assessment and prioritised actionable risk intelligence platform’ the intelligence security operations center (iSOC) is able to predict and avoid cyber breaches proactively.

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iSOC monitors IT networks, looking at hundreds of different risk variables in order to be able to, in turn, take appropriate mitigation steps.

“By leveraging the combination of Balbix’s AI-powered breach avoidance platform, and the expertise of our skilled SOC analysts, we have developed a highly intelligent SOC-as-a-service offering that is able to proactively control cyber-breaches across 200+ attack dimensions,” said Rajiv Singh, Global Head of Enterprise Security & Risk Management at Tech Mahindra.

“This is a big step forward towards an integrated approach to security and risk management – an aspect that is sweeping across every enterprise today, given the massive increase in the incidence of data breaches.”

With cybercrime continuing to evolve and threaten businesses more than ever before, the iSOC platform from Tech Mahindra and Balbix will change cybersecurity thinking from being reactive to proactive, empowering security teams globally.

“Balbix and Tech Mahindra’s partnership is aimed at catering to the growing needs of customers to combat the rampantly increasing number of cyber threats,” said Gaurav Banga, CEO and founder of Balbix.

“To enable this, Balbix is committed to working with Tech Mahindra in building the industry’s most effective SOC – one that uses advanced AI to empower security experts.”

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