Tech Mahindra, LIFARS partner to offer advanced threat detection and response services

By Jonathan Dyble
Mumbai-based technology transformation specialist Tech Mahindra has teamed up with LIFARS, a US-based cybersecurity firm, to develop and deploy a new ra...

Mumbai-based technology transformation specialist Tech Mahindra has teamed up with LIFARS, a US-based cybersecurity firm, to develop and deploy a new range of advanced digital forensics and response services to its customers.

“LIFARS and Tech Mahindra's partnership is aimed at addressing the growing needs of customers to combat the rampantly increasing number of cyber threats,” said Rajiv Singh, Global Head of Enterprise Security & Risk Management, Tech Mahindra.

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The agreement will see Tech Mahindra’s existing Security Operations Center (SOC) merged with LIFARS’ incident response operations to create new services across a range of key cybersecurity areas including threat detection, mitigation, management and resilience.

“By leveraging the combination of LIFARS' world-class team of elite cyber security specialists for incident response services, and the expertise of Tech Mahindra's skilled SOC analysts, we will develop an enhanced cyber breach and emergency response service offering.”

Tech Mahindra has more readily looked to bolster its cybersecurity capabilities in recent times – an ambition that this partnership will provide. Further, LIFARS will gain a greater platform from which it will be able to expand.

“We are very pleased to enter into a strategic partnership with Tech Mahindra in the cybersecurity space,” said Ondrej Krehel, CEO and Co-Founder of LIFARS. “This collaboration will further help us expand our capabilities and reach.”

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