IT services company Capgemini has launched its new Cybersecurity Global Service Line.
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Capgemini aims to achieve double-digit growth over the next 12 months from Cybersecurity Global Service Line.
The new Cybersecurity service will be supported by 2,500 Capgemini professionals and its network of five Security Operations Centers (SOCs).
Capgemini said its security services are designed to allow enterprises to utilize digital transformation securely and leverage SMACT technologies — social, mobile, analytics, cloud and internet of things (IoT) – without trouble.
Between 2013 and 2014, the number of cyber-attacks grew 120 percent globally, while the cost of cybercrime to the average organization increased 10 percent to $7.6 million per year.
Capgemini’s new Cybersecurity Global Service Line addresses the security concerns for IT systems, OT systems, as well as IoT products and systems.
The Global Service Line will focus on developing packaged services that can be replicated across countries corresponding to new trends in IT, such as Hadoop security, software-defined data center security, as well as private and public hybrid cloud security.
New security offers will include Application Security Testing as-a-Service and Identity and Access Management as-a-Service, to enable organizations to leverage a cloud-based approach to facilitate the deployment of security solutions.