Paladion introduces OnDemand, a cyber-security platform for banks

| Updated: Feb 01, 2017 18:50 IST

New Delhi [India], Feb. 1 (ANI): Paladion, a global leader in information risk management, launched Paladion OnDemand, a unified cyber-security management platform, that integrates protection across endpoints, mobile devices, network, applications, data, identities and cloud; and provides real-time visibility of the overall security posture of banks . Built on Big Data Analytics and Machine Learning and driven by over 450 cyber security experts from its Global Security Operation Centers hosted in secure Microsoft Azure environment, Paladion OnDemand leverages a combination of artificial intelligence, human intelligence and automation to help banks achieve high speed cyber defence - faster detection of threats, faster response to incidents, faster remediation to close security loopholes and faster compliance with regulatory mandates like RBI CSF. "Paladion's advanced On Demand Cyber Security portfolio, based on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning techniques, enables speedy response to security incidents and allows for faster resolution. Leveraging the Microsoft Azure cloud infrastructure allows us to make this set of offerings more robust and responsive," said Rohit Kumar, EVP and Head, Paladion OnDemand. OnDemand leverages the robustness, reliability, and scalability of the Microsoft Azure infrastructure. This enables Paladion help banks achieve integrated security intelligence, visibility, and protection for their customers' distributed data, endpoints and mobile devices. "Microsoft is the first hyper-scale and only global cloud provider to offer a complete portfolio of cloud services from local datacenters in India. Our Trusted cloud principles address customers concerns of security, privacy and control, transparency, and compliance. As a result, Indian companies have access to exactly the same advanced infrastructure platform that is available globally," said Harish Vaidyanathan, Director - ISV Business, Microsoft. (ANI)