Infosys recognized as a Disruptor in Avasant’s Cybersecurity Services RadarView™ Report

Among endless service provider options, novel and disruptive mechanics in innovation brings recognition as a Disruptor for Cybersecurity Services 2019.

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AI/Automation-driven platforms. Growing revenue contribution in emerging areas like cloud security, IoT security and OT security services.

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Practice Maturity

  • Infosys is investing in high-growth services like managed security, managed detection and response (MDR), identity and access management, infrastructure security, vulnerability management, risk and compliance, and data security.
  • It plans to offer new services around OT/IoT, Cloud Security, Blockchain and API Security as it wants to increase its revenue from these emerging areas.
  • Its proprietary platform iCSP has AI and automation capabilities and is backed by leading technology vendors such as IBM, Symantec, Rapid7, and RSA which helped in effectively and quickly addressing complex problems.
  • In the last 12 months, it has introduced a number of security specific roles to strengthen its practice: IOT and OT Security Consultants, IOT and OT Security Architects, Cloud Security Architects and Cyber Threat Intelligence Consultants.
  • It also took a joint solution development initiative with its partners around incidence response, data loss prevention, end point detection.
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Partnership Ecosystem

  • It has strong alliances with some of the leading industry product vendors such as IBM, RSA, Symantec, Microsoft, SailPoint, Zscaler, Rapid7, and Okta to develop tool competencies to meet customer requirements.
  • It also has a GTM strategy to develop joint solution demos, artifacts, FAQs and sales workshop with prominent players such as IBM, Symantec, RSA, SailPoint, and CyberArk.

Investments and Innovation

  • As part of developing an innovation hub, it is building an SOC which will be hosted using a cloud platform. It is also investing heavily to develop various home-grown AI/Automation-based platforms for proactive threat hunting and behavior-based threat identification. Almost 60% of its revenue will be invested in asset development.
  • As part of strategic workforce development, it has made cybersecurity-specific tie-ups with US universities and has made a budgeted commitment of USD 2M to train 2000 employees in the next 2 years.


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