Safe Security and Infosys announce strategic collaboration


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Safe Security, a global pioneer of cyber-risk quantification solutions, has announced a strategic collaboration with Infosys. Safe Security’s SaaS platform SAFE, combined with Infosys’s capabilities in quantitative cyber-risk management will enable organisations to get an enterprise-wide view of overall cyber-risks, predict breaches using SAFE’s proprietary algorithm and know the potential financial impact of each cyber-attack before it occurs.

SAFE provides organisations with real-time visibility into their biggest cyber-risks across people, processes, technologies, cybersecurity products and third-party. This is done by aggregating signals via APIs into a single dashboard, with actionable insights and potential financial impacts. The insights gained from SAFE also provide a common language for discussing cybersecurity risks with board members, auditors and other internal and external stakeholders. By combining these insights with Infosys’ ongoing strategic guidance, joint customers will benefit from a more proactive cybersecurity approach.

The current cybersecurity approach for most organisations is project-oriented where they purchase cybersecurity products and invest millions of dollars to defend against cyber-attacks. Siloed cybersecurity services without a cohesive metric leaves cybersecurity evaluation as an opaque, jargon-rich, complex, point-in-time and reactive process. To effectively cope with the increased intensity and frequency of cyber-attacks, security and risk management leaders should look at a proactive and predictive cybersecurity approach.

“Combined with SAFE’s unique capabilities of measuring, mitigating and managing cyber-risks and Infosys’ expertise in delivering seamless customer service through automation, innovation and efficiency, we are bringing a powerful and 360 degree cyber-risk management solution to the market. This global strategic collaboration will help accelerate the adoption of predictive risk quantification solutions and extend our leadership in this market,” said Saket Modi, Co-Founder & CEO, Safe Security.

Strengthening cybersecurity investment decisions

Currently, organisations tend to invest in cybersecurity products and services based on their cyber-risk maturity and not by having a complete understanding of their overall threats. The Safe Security and Infosys collaboration will give security and risk management leaders new insights into the overall performance of their cybersecurity investments, to help prioritise those that maximise security and ROI.

“We specialise in providing the business, technology and infrastructure consulting expertise that our customers depend on to further their digital initiatives and growth,” said Vishal Salvi, Chief Information Security Officer & Head of Cyber Security Practice, Infosys. “Safe Security is an ideal partner to bring even greater insights to our customers to manage their cyber-risks. Customers will now be able to identify the most critical gaps, prioritise them and plan accurate remediation.”

“Prior to SAFE, we didn’t have any centralised tool to monitor the security loopholes identified through configuration and vulnerability assessments, red teaming exercises and security audits for compliance, for each technology stack across each of my Business Units and acquired businesses. With SAFE and Infosys’s leadership in helping large organisations manage cyber-risk, we now have a real-time, data-backed and continuous view of exactly how secure our critical applications storing, processing and managing PHI are,” said Amir P. Desai, CIO, Molina Healthcare.

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