Tech Mahindra Ltd., is a pioneer in digital transformation, consultion and business re-engineering services. Lucideus, on the other hand is a leading company in providing cyber risk quantifying solutions.Both the giants have announced a collaboration for conducting the annual cyber-security risk assessment for organizations globally. This initiative known as the ‘Most Admired Cyber-Secure Enterprise’ (MACE) will help corporations worldwide to understand, prevent and reduce the emerging cyber-security threats in the real-time using a complimentary online assessment.
The MACE initiative will play a major role and help in identification of the vulnerabilities and ways to reduce it. The enrolling organizations will be evaluated across many parameters such as cloud, web and network, email, domain name system, leaked credentials in the deep and dark web, internet protocol & domain reputation, employee enumeration and many more. After the assessment, the organizations will receive a report that will present them with their ratings and score on their present cyber-risk and also the probability of a breach to occur in next 12 months.
Rajesh Chandiramani, Senior Vice President and Global Business Head ESRM, AI & Data Analytics, Tech Mahindra said that Tech Mahindra has always been in the front-end and has helped spread awareness about the need to reduce cyber-risks. With the ongoing pandemic situation, the risk of cyber-attacks have increased exponentially. Cyber-security tools are not only a necessity right now but are a part of the board room discussions. Through this initiative, Tech Mahindra will regain it’s position for a cyber-security partner and help the organizations to reduce the threats and risks using various tool and analytics.
Saket Modi, Co-founder & CEO, Lucideus, said that Cyber-security is a major challenge for every organizatio in the current time. There is a spike in the sophistication of cyber-attacks and organizations need to adopt strong and effective policies to monitor and study the threats to their assets in the real-time of need and make decisions accordingly.
CP Gurnani, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Tech Mahindra with John Chambers, Ex-Chairman, CISCO announced that the MACE program will be launched on 22nd June, 2020 in a virtual event focusing on how the enterprises will step towards digital transformation post the covid situation.