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Led by Akash Nangia, SISL’s Credibility Maps Way to Back PM Modi’s Digital India Program

akash nangia newshourPrime Minister Modi has been garnering appreciation across the entire globe for his Digital India program that aims at making India knowledge enriched. The idea behind this project is to familiarize citizens of India with the digital belvedere and its basic technologies in order to keep them abreast with the people in the developed nations.

An integral pillar of this program is MyGov which is powered by SISL InfoTech. MyGov is essentially a platform that allows for active participation of citizens in the decision making process and allows for people to voice their concerns and suggestions to improve the situations prevailing in India. Acting as the backbone of MyGov and aiding in successful execution of Digital India is SISL InfoTech, led by Akash Nangia.

SISL’s involvement in these major initiatives can be well attributed to the reputation it holds. An IT Solution provider with prowess in providing Cyber Security, SISL is playing its role with utter diligence. SISL’s stature is well substantiated by its partners, with names as prominent as Microsoft, Oracle, Accenture, IBM and many more in this league. Nilesh Jain, Sales Director- India & SAARC, Trend Micro says,” We have had a long standing partnership with SISL InfoTech. They have been our key partners in providing cyber security and hedging our clients against various cyber threats. Their service set is precise and highly effective.”

“Cyber threats and virtual security breaches have become the biggest bone of contention for most of the companies. Most of the data is now stored over the cloud. The hackers are more potent than ever and with most of the data is now stored over the cloud, shielding one’s business has become the need of the hour. Our partnership with SISL InfoTech has enabled us to cater to various government clients”, said Parag Khurana, M.D India, F5 networks Inc.

Globally, cyber crime poses an imminent threat to companies. It has cumulatively cost a loss of above $500 billion to business. In 2014, 47 percent of American population had their personal information exposed by hackers.

Source : PTI