KPMG India Partners With Forcepoint To Offer Information Protection, IT News, ET CIO Services

KPMG in India and Forcepoint announced they have partnered to provide information protection services to businesses in India. The alliance will bring together cybersecurity services from KPMG along with cybersecurity innovations from Forcepoint that enable businesses and government agencies to protect their critical data wherever it is accessible.

Businesses and government organizations are increasing their investments and spending on cybersecurity year after year. This can be confirmed by the fact that up to 14% of CEOs in India, compared to 12% globally, viewed cybersecurity risk as one of the biggest risks to growth today, according to the 2021 India report. KPMG CEO Outlook Report – Towards a digital approach and goal-oriented recovery.

With this alliance, KPMG and Forcepoint aim to help companies identify and locate critical information within the company (based on processes coupled with electronic discovery mechanisms); Develop various policies and processes, including classification to protect sensitive data; Phased-in, tiered approach (enables quick wins) to focus on protecting critical information that impacts business operations; Competent team with extensive experience working with different information protection technologies.

“By combining KPMG’s rich experience in cybersecurity in India with Forcepoint’s unique vision of Data-first SASE (Secure Access Service Edge), which provides customers with a way to advance their journey to the cloud at their own pace , we can help our customers with the business speed and agility they need to operate in today’s digital environment, ”said Atul Gupta, Cybersecurity Manager at KPMG India.

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