US cyber security provider SentinelOne opens India office in Bengaluru

Author: Nishu June 15, 2022

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SentinelOne will hire 500 people and invest $50 million in market expansion in India

SentinelOne will hire 500 people and invest $50 million in market expansion in India

US-based cyber security solutions provider SentinelOne opened its operations center in Bengaluru on June 15 to help organizations and governments deal with the growing threat of cyberattacks.

The center will provide innovation, product development, threat research, and engineering services and cyber defense solutions.

“Our Bengaluru center represents an investment in talent and technology to serve the local market and our global customer base,” said Rick Smith, Chief Technology Officer, SentinelOne.

He said that the engineers and threat researchers at the center will focus on cutting-edge cyber security innovations to address the rapidly growing threat landscape.

To start, SentinelOne has 100 people in the country and plans to increase its strength to 500. The company will be hiring talent in engineering, researchers, sales, marketing and business development, finance, human resources and operations.

The company claims that SentinelOne is protecting some of India’s largest automobile, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, insurance and food delivery companies as well as its largest airlines and busiest airports.

Raj Rajamani, Chief Product Officer, SentinelOne, said, “The Indian market is poised to move beyond the ineffective legacy antivirus, and there is a high demand for state-of-the-art cybersecurity technologies from Indian enterprises.”

The company said it will invest $50 million to expand its presence in India.

“We are investing in a strategy to go market in India to serve enterprises and government bodies,” said Mr. Rajamani.

Speaking at a media conference here, company officials said, as India’s governments and businesses go digital, the risk of cyberattacks is only increasing. According to the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In), the country faced 11.5 million cyber attack incidents in 2021. In addition to corporate attacks, the country’s critical infrastructure and government agencies were also targeted. He said that concurrently, the country was also facing the challenge of acute shortage of skilled cyber security talent, which was preventing organizations from effectively combating the growing cyber risk.

15 June, 2022, 3:47 pm

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