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Indian IT companies step up fight against cyberattacks

TCS, Infosys and others build defense to curb rising pandemic threat

Indian IT companies are citing the increasing intensity of cyberattacks, as well as the need to secure larger areas including remote workplaces amid the pandemic, as reasons for beefing up their countermeasures. (Source photo by Reuters) 

BANGALORE -- India's leading IT services companies are ramping up cybersecurity measures to address the increasing threat of cyberattacks across sectors and regions.

Tata Consultancy Services, Infosys, Wipro and HCL Technologies have all started setting up cyber threat management centers mainly in the U.S. and Europe. The largest player TCS had launched 10 centers across the globe that provide cybersecurity services to its enterprise customers by October.

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