The MoU will work towards detecting latest cyber security threats and will address the increasingly complex problems associated with cyber security.
Quick Heal Technologies and CERT-In will work together to detect latest cyber security threats that adversely affect the information assets and privacy of the general users in India.
Quick Heal Technologies rose 4.78% to Rs 247.80 IST on BSE after the company said it has capitalised its wholly-owned subsidiary
CIO Review has featured Quick Heal in its Company of the month section. In the story Sanjay Katkar, MD & CTO has shared an overview and history of the company and its entire range of proprietary solutions.
The company has been conferred with ‘Excellence in Information Security Testing’ for successful completion of five years of continuous ICSA Labs information security testing.