AnA Security Solutions launched in J&K

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Aug 6: AnA Security Solutions, a cyber security consulting and penetration testing company, launched its operation in Jammu and Kashmir.
The Company is the brain child of leading IT Industry veterans and experts to protect, maintain and ensure the safety of your precious data.
AnA Security with its head office in Perth, Australia is serving clients across numerous industries from small businesses to very large enterprises (both private and Government). With its digitally innovative and leading edge technology, it is helping organizations to safeguard their sensitive data.
On the launch, Director of the Company said that without the right safeguards in place, it’s only a matter of time before you become a victim of cyber crime. This is evidenced in recent cyber-attacks, like Ransom wares, Malware & Spyware attacks that have seriously affected Indian businesses in 2017.
The Cyber crimes reported in India rose more than 20 times over the last ten years and ‘Information & Cyber Insecurity’ has become biggest threat and risk to Indian business. Indian businesses and organizations are constantly becoming more and more intertwined with online technology.
Having an extensive experience in Penetration Testing (approximately 10 years and over1000 penetration tests between them), AnA Security experts aim to cater to serve customers’ need for security services that demand both technical and business logic testing, the Director said.
The Director said that this is for the first time that such type of services has been launched in J&K with specialized focus on Security Auditing, Digital forensic, Live 24×7 Monitoring as well as Vulnerability and penetration testing.
“Supporting your business and infrastructure’s protection is our only priority. We are an expert team of highly dedicated security specialists, supported by strategic and emerging technology partners from different countries, who are laser focused on information security for our enterprise customers”, he added.